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Beginners Digital Camera Bootcamp April 2017

Announcing a second series of the Beginners Digital Camera Bootcamp 

Our January 2017 Beginners Digital Camera Bootcamp sold out quickly and there are still many enthusiastic photographers who want to learn about the wonderful world of digital cameras and photography.

I want to thank everyone for supporting our amazing digital camera classes and am excited to announce another chance to enrol in our popular Digital Camera Bootcamp. The next Beginners Digital Camera Bootcamp starts April 12th. Here ...

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Omnilargess digital Camera Bootcamp result

What our students say about Omnilargess Digital Camera Bootcamp

Hi Ted,

Thanks again for taking the time to share your knowledge about photography. I can’t wait to get out and explore photography more now than ever, so many area’s I’d love to photograph, so many idea’s on taking family pictures. The basics you’ve given are hopefully going to prove to be invaluable to future photos. Here are some pics from yesterday.
1. PaintedStatue: This is by far my favourite shot from ...
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Photography Composition Workshop

Composition Workshop at Mill Lake Park

Composition is the artistic part of photography and this Composition Workshop at Mill Lake Park will cover the most important rules in photography composition and explore why you need to both apply and occasionally break the rules!

The Composition Workshop is specifically designed to help enthusiastic digital photographers understand the artistic aspects of photography and composition rules such as Balance, Rule of Thirds, Simplicity, etc. It is ideal for people with ...

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Digital Camera Sensor Size

Confused about the differences in digital camera sensor sizes?

Digital Camera Sensor Sensor size is important in digital photography because it has an impact on image quality. If you have two cameras with the same pixel count, but one has a physically larger sensor than the other, the one with the larger sensor will usually produce better quality images. In simple terms a larger camera sensor allows the pixels to be made bigger and this has a positive impact ...

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