ARTprodesign Pty. Ltd

ARTprodesign Pty. Ltd
ARTprodesign Pty. Ltd
Photography-NORTH TAMBORINE, QLD
Photography-North Tamborine, QLD
Quite simply, it comes down to the quality of our tutors and the structure of our workshops. All of our tutors continue working as professional photographers. Meet a few currently feature..
42 Licuala Dr, North Tamborine, Qld, 4272.
42 Licuala Dr, North Tamborine, Qld, 4272.
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Quite simply, it comes down to the quality of our tutors and the structure of our workshops. All of our tutors continue working as professional photographers. Meet a few currently featured below. Each has taught various aspects of photography throughout Australia – both face-to-face and on-line. You may be a good photographer but that does not mean you can teach. All of our tutors continue to be students themselves, striving to learn more about their field and better their own photography. They are proud to have the knowledge, confidence and patience to take you on an exciting path with your work. We keep our workshop numbers small to ensure participants receive individual attention to gain the maximum benefit and to have all their questions answered. Join us and under the guidance of professional photographers explore the world of photography, learn hands on and meet new friends. Corporate Needs? The team at Bluedog supply work for a range of national and international clients. Every job undertaken is overseen to ensure quality and time frames are always met and standards are kept well above average. Why the Name Bluedog? We get asked this question a lot. Danielle had been operating as a sole trader in the photography industry for about 10 years when she decided that she needed to form a company to ensure the ongoing success of her photography workshop business. After submitting numerous business names for registration (all rejected – it might have had something to do with the names being weird and wonderful combinations of her children's names!), Danielle was making yet another submission when she looked down at her Blue Cattle Dog, curled up at her feet, and on a whim submitted Bluedog. The submission was accepted, the rest is history – that was back in 1996 – and there continues to be a Bluedog in the “kennel” to this day.
Quite simply, it comes down to the quality of our tutors and the structure of our workshops.

All of our tutors continue working as professional photographers. Meet a few currently featured below.
Each has taught various aspects of photography throughout Australia – both face-to-face and on-line. You may be a good photographer but that does not mean you can teach.

All of our tutors continue to be students themselves, striving to learn more about their field and better their own photography.
They are proud to have the knowledge, confidence and patience to take you on an exciting path with your work.

We keep our workshop numbers small to ensure participants receive individual attention to gain the maximum benefit and to have all their questions answered.

Join us and under the guidance of professional photographers explore the world of photography, learn hands on and meet new friends.

Corporate Needs?
The team at Bluedog supply work for a range of national and international clients. Every job undertaken is overseen to ensure quality and time frames are always met and standards are kept well above average.

Why the Name Bluedog?
We get asked this question a lot. Danielle had been operating as a sole trader in the photography industry for about 10 years when she decided that she needed to form a company to ensure the ongoing success of her photography workshop business. After submitting numerous business names for registration (all rejected – it might have had something to do with the names being weird and wonderful combinations of her children's names!), Danielle was making yet another submission when she looked down at her Blue Cattle Dog, curled up at her feet, and on a whim submitted Bluedog. The submission was accepted, the rest is history – that was back in 1996 – and there continues to be a Bluedog in the “kennel” to this day.
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