Did you receive a DSLR for Christmas? Or maybe you’ve had it a while….. do you always use it on “P” or an “Auto” function??? Did you know that by using it this way, your camera is making ALL the decisions for you?
Do the terms ISO, shutter speed, f-stops, focus, and light meter scare you??
One of my biggest pet peeves is seeing people use their high dollar cameras on auto (we see this at EVERY wedding we shoot!!). You can get much better photographs just by learning about what different settings do and how to manipulate them. We will also touch on lighting, what’s good, bad and ugly!
Here’s what Katherine had to say about the class she took with me….
” Camera 101 was an informative introduction to my SLR camera. I was afraid to use anything but the “Auto” setting until I learned about what all those confusing terms meant – now I am much more comfortable using the Manual function and experimenting with the pictures I’m taking. Jessica was a great teacher, her explanations were clear and she has a lot of patience. Would definitely recommend this to anyone who just got a “fancy pants” camera that they would like to get to know better :) “
So here’s the info!
Where: My office in downtown Davidson
When: January 12, 2013
Perks: Snacks provided & a goody bag :-)
Who: Limited to 4 people in each class!
You’ll need to have a DSLR camera, at least 1 lens, a memory card & charged battery because we’ll be practicing our skills :-)
Once you have signed up, you will receive a questionnaire to complete.
** Can’t make it to that date, or prefer a private lesson? We also provide 1 on 1 instruction.
Wanna come???? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat!