Are your photos blurry or dark? Are you leaving it on auto or getting red eyes? I want to teach you how to use your camera to it’s full potential to capture those fleeting moments!
I receive a good amount of questions regarding Photography and recently I spoke with someone that made me think “why don’t I just have a workshop?”. And so I’ve decided to start a basic camera workshop to learn the fundamentals of your digital camera, tools that will make a difference. This class will only be open to DSLR camera owners, you must have a manual mode option in your camera. I also recommend a 35 or 50mm 1.8 lens (not required and you may use mine if you have a Nikon). You can find out if your camera has a manual mode by simply checking the user manual or if you can’t locate your manual just Google it and read the specs…if it lists manual mode, aperture mode and shutter mode you are good to go! And if you’re still not sure, just ask. I will also have a spare entry level camera available if you don’t own one but are thinking of buying one.
I will show you how all those other program modes can enhance and perfect that photo. I will show you WHY your photos are coming out blurry and dark.
There will only be 8 spots available for this class so reserve yours today!
Classes will take place at a local park in or around North Easton, MA. We will start off shooting still life (flowers, etc) and move on to photographing each other. Class will take place from 9-11 and you will leave with a packet of information to take home with you highlighting what we’ve covered, where to order quality prints, where I purchase my gear and some fabulous online resources I’ve used to teach myself. Ask me anything!
Dates: October 20th
Location: TBD. Once you reserve your spot you will receive a welcome e-mail with all the details.
To sign up please e-mail me, this is first come first serve! To secure your spot payment must be received PRIOR to the class.