A Full Day Photography Class for Beginners
Generally speaking, a digital camera can get very intimidating. Too many dials, knobs, buttons are very confusing, especially for a novice photographer. Happily, there is a solution for it; Omnilargess Full Day Photography Class. Our one day Photography Class targets the central part of the photography techniques, which is the Exposure. Additionally, the workshops cover many standard camera settings, including different Focusing Modes, Metering System, and much more.
Digital cameras have many prominent features, provided that the user knows how to use these tools. Therefore, part of the Full Day Photography Class is all about these phenomenal tools.
Does your digital Camera Confuse you?
Indeed, digital cameras can get really overwhelming; however, a good photography class can clear out most of the confusion.
Highly Rated Photography Workshop
I developed a one-day photography class just for the beginners who want to learn photography in a fast and easy way.
The Full Day Photography Class starts on July 20th. It is a two-part workshop.
Part one is the classroom session. In this classroom session, you learn about the camera settings and how to control the exposure.
Part two is a field trip, and you have a chance to practice the learned techniques in the field. Your instructor is with you on the field trip to answer your specific questions.
Class size is small, and as of today, there are only two more spots left for this workshop.
Register now to secure your spot.
|Hands on Exposure Workshop Bshow details +||$105.00 (CAD)*||Sold Out|
Workshop B starts on July 20th at 9:30am
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Goes On Sale: January 22, 2019 12:10 pm
Sales End: July 19, 2019 11:55 pm
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Ted and the Omnilargess Team