Coronavirus impact

July 2021

As news about the Coronavirus continues to develop, the health, safety and well being of everyone involved with The Aperture Club is a priority.

We are actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation and following the Australian Government updates to help reduce the risk of this virus being spread to our community.

While it’s not quite ‘business as usual’ we are not changing what we do, we are just changing the way we do it.

Check out our pop-up photo lectures that are held online

What about our On Location Workshops?

We will be starting our on location workshops again around Sydney when the lock-down comes to an end.  We will continue to take necessary precautions.

  1. All Workshops will have less than 10 participants
  2. We will practice safe distancing and point to parts of your camera rather than touch your camera
  3. We will carry hand sanitiser to be used for hygiene and safety purposes – such as washing hands and wiping  cameras when necessary.
  4. We will avoid areas that maybe crowded or where we are aware of potential gatherings
  5. Individuals will be asked
    • to stay at home if they have flu-like symptoms or are feeling unwell.
    • to bring and use hand sanitiser for hygiene and safety purposes
    • to practice safe distancing

For those who prefer 1 on 1 tuition, The Aperture Club will continue to run private 1 on 1 tuitions in safe areas around Sydney.

We have also been running our new Live Online Workshops – a strategy for learning and keeping connected for those who want to learn from home.

Live Online – Virtual Private Tuition and Workshops
For those of you who prefer to learn from home, we have created both 1 on 1 and small group virtual workshops with live tutors mentoring you step by step through the learning process. We are also developing and have begun uploading new ‘Live Online‘ Workshops.

Stay positive and support one another

The next few months will be particularly trying for people all over the world, for many different reasons. Stay well and safe