Digital Camera Workshop

Digital Camera workshop for Beginners

I just noticed that the tickets for our March digital camera workshop is sold out. Few people contacted me and ask for another workshop, so I just schedule another digital camera workshop for beginners for April. Please register soon as tickets sells fast.

Unleash the power of your digital Camera

Digital Camera workshop for beginners is a two part class and you learn about your camera settings and controls. Each part is three hours with theory and hands on.
In this 6 hour class you will explore the hidden functions of your Digital camera and learn about Shutter speed, Aperture, ISO, White Balance, and more. This workshop is primarily intended for photographers using digital SLR cameras, but many Manual capable digital compact cameras are also suitable. Each participant is expected to bring a digital camera with a fully charged battery and memory card(s)

Exposure and composition are main topics in Outdoor photography class and Bootcamp
Exposure and composition are main topics in Outdoor photography class and Bootcamp

Part one Classroom session on Friday April 24, 2015 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

In this 3 hour session you will learn the Digital camera’s terminology, Menu, Functionality such as: Shutter Speed, Aperture Value, ISO, White Balance, Histogram,  and Metering

Part two Hands on and practical session on Saturday April 25 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm

This session is fully hands on and you practice with different settings such as , Auto Focusing, Lens Focal Length, Hidden functions, and much more. You will explore the differences in file format and tips on how to make better images using your creativity.

This workshop is developed for beginners and we will cover all the important functions of your camera. Please bring your camera, fully charged battery, and Memory card. We are going to try and test almost all the different settings and scenarios that the average person would encounter when taking photos. After taking this photography class you won’t use the AUTO mode any more and you will see significant improvement in your daily photography.

Ted and the Omnilargess Team

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