Do you have a fabulous camera & have no idea how to use it? Or maybe you have an idea how to use your DSLR camera – but want to learn more to be able to create images you’ll really be proud of? We can help. The next Intro. to dslr. course is coming up on April 6.
Here are some details about the course:
The next date will be April 6 from 6:30-9:30pm at our space down in the Ramsay/Inglewood area. Small classes – lots of hands on working with students.This course will be beneficial to those who have a digital SLR camera, and are baffled at how to use the thing!
Have you asked yourself these kinds of questions: What do all these buttons do? What do the symbols mean? Why don’t my photos turn out how I want them to? Why are my photos are too dark/light? How come my photo is out of out of focus? Why are the colours all weird? Then this course is an excellent way to get to know how and why your camera makes these decisions for you, and how you can start taking artistic control and creating images that you will be proud to show off! What you will learn in our introduction to DSLR course:
-Keeping your camera and lens clean/how to clean
-Shooting mode and Play(image review) mode
-How to hold and shoot with your camera correctly (posture)
-Basic perspective elements
-Different shooting modes built into your camera. How and when to use them.
-Introduction to shooting in manual mode
-How to use cameras internal light meter
-Understanding the 3 critical elements to making a great image – ISO, FStop (aperture) & Shutter Speed
-White balance – What is it and how does it affect images
-How/when to use priority modes – Aperture Vs Shutter
To secure your spot & pay the $100 +gst ($105) by contacting trish here.
What past students are saying;
‘The Intro to DSLR course with Matt was great – I really learned a lot about my camera and using the manual mode – which I was always intimidated by… Matt simplified the information and used real examples which made the technical information really easy to understand, and there was lots of time for questions and taking practice shots – he moved at the pace of the participants which was awesome. I was able to use the information and begin shooting in manual mode the following day, with success. I would highly recommend this class to anyone who is intimidated by their DSLR and is hoping to use their camera the way it was meant to be used.’ Zoe
‘I really enjoy your class…and my camera isn’t as intimating as it once was. Thank you for making it so comfortable and an easy learning environment.’ Karen
“I can’t tell you how exciting it is to actually understand how your camera works – and
what to change if it’s too dark or too light. Amazing. If anyone in
Calgary wants to spend a few hours learning to use their DSLR – GO SEE
MATT!!! :)” Cindy
Let me know if you have any questions & we hope to see you in dslr class!