Student Photos from Digital Camera Bootcamp workshop
Learn How Omnilargess Digital Camera workshops can help you improving your photography skills
Here at Omnilargess Services we love to see the ways our workshops help students improve their photography skills. This section of the blog is dedicated to students’ photos. We constantly evolve our teaching techniques to meet the fast changes in digital cameras and digital editing techniques to make sure that our students learn the information. In this section of our blog, we’ll be sharing photos submitted by our students as examples of how they are able to capture better pictures by learning and understanding their camera settings and basic composition rules.
For this week I want to thank Werner Loewen for sharing his pictures with us. Werner took our Digital Camera Bootcamp for Beginners and learned about his camera settings and some advanced techniques. We have lots of Testimonies in our Testimonial page where students share their experiences about how they improved their digital camera techniques by simply taking one of our powerful workshops. Here is an example of many more:
As a beginner in photography, I was very pleased with how much information I learned within two days and it was very convenient when the classes were being taught. I was very happy with the instructor explaining a concept and then showing it individually on our cameras. He took time and helped us troubleshoot. And I enjoyed going out and actually taking photos.
These photos are from our Bootcamp field trip on Saturday May 2, when we used several different metering modes, auto focus techniques, and a variety of composition techniques. As you can see, Werner learned some valuable skills for how to use his camera to its potential.
Thank you again Werner for joining our Digital Camera Bootcamp and sharing your photos and testimonial.
We scheduled our next Digital Camera Bootcamp for beginners for September 16. It is an eight week program which includes two field trips, one for day time photography and one for night time photography. Please visit the Registration Page for more information.