The session was only 90 minutes with a Canon 70D and a 18-125mm STM lens. There were 2 instructors to our group of about 8 people, so we had plenty of one on one instruction. The course cost $40 and for that you got the 90 minute tutorial, plus an 8GB SD card, and an A3 print of your favourite photo. Not too shabby.
We started the course up on the first floor of the overseas passenger terminal to get some delayed exposures of Circular Quay. It was tricky to try and get those darned ferry's in the shot and for the right amount of time. Some of them ended up being just small blurry lines rather than any length of light path but it was some good practice.
Then we moved over to where the light beams were being projected from onto the Opera House to get some pretty snazzy light beam photos. You really had to time these right to get the right amount of light onto the Opera House.
And then basically because I am obsessed with long exposure, I had to get one with the Ferry in it. The Opera House looks a little strange but still fun.
It was a great experience, pity it was freezing cold and booking in late had me finishing well after 10pm (ie WELL after my bed time) but it was really fun and I am really enjoying photography more and more now.