Basic photography course for those who want to take their camera skills beyond setting auto mode.
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If you answer ‘Yes’ to any of those questions, then this Basic Photography Course is for you:
Do you have a camera but not really sure how to use it?
Is the mode dial stuck in Auto.
Are there lots of confusing menus?
Do you want almost every shot you take to be a wall-hanger instead of consigning so many the recycle bin?
Are your photos sometimes a bit blurry?
If your skills are already beyond this, that’s great. Please look at my Intermediate Training instead.
Become familiar with your camera’s controls and learn the essentials of exposure, metering and composition, and avoid the rudimentary mistakes.
You’ll be able to handle your camera correctly and get into the right position to take photographs that make you proud.
Composition and the rule of thirds
Depth of Field
Positioning yourself for the best shot
A simple photography assignment.
Much of the course is built around landscape photography, but we also touch on action shots and photographing still life.
This is scheduled to run over 5 weeks starting Tuesday 4th September at 6.30 pm. Each session is at least an hour-and-a-half long and are based in and around Amble, Warkworth and Druridge Bay.
You are booking this as a course to join in with a small number of other beginners, on a scheduled course.
You can also book this exclusively, as one-to-one training, or with one or more friends. I don’t take more than six people on my courses.
I really look forward to meeting you on this course.
Pre-scheduled small group courses, Individual one-to-one training, One-day Individual, One-day 2 people, One-day 3 people, One-day 4 people, One day 5 people
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