Are you a mom or dad with a DSLR camera, and wanting to learn how to take better pictures with it? Or maybe anyone who bought a DSLR camera and have been meaning to read that manual? I get asked questions all the time about DSLR cameras and which people should buy, or how to do this and how they can make pictures look like that. After a busy year last year I have decided to put together an online class that newbies and beginners can benefit from. This class will cover the topics and break them down in a simple way to understand your camera and how to use it. There will be assignments, Q&A throughout, optional critiquing, tutorials and lessons. If you are looking for information and also a push to do something creative, then this class would be a great fit.
Some things we’d cover:
-Triangle of exposure: Aperture settings, Shutter Speed settings, ISO settings (what they mean, and how they work, and when you’d need to use them).
-Lighting, how to find the good stuff and recognizing it.
-Other camera technical terms and tools.
-Editing. How to take an image from your camera and apply just a few simple adjustments to make it go from bland to beautiful.
-Properly uploading, resizing and sharping your images for the internet and for creating prints.
There will be a lot of great information covered over the 4 weeks. Assignments are always optional. However if you participate in them, you will push yourself and grow from the experience.
Learning will take place in a private online forum. Each week there will be an lesson and assignment, plus Q&A. At the end of the 4 weeks, you can submit images for critique if you’d like.
Registration will open soon, the class dates haven’t been announced just yet. If you are interested in signing up for this class or hearing more about the details, pricing and dates, sign up for the class newsletter here: NEWSLETTER DETAILS