You will learn: How to hand your camera correctly (I bet you do it wrong). How to get your camera of Automatic. When to use Auto, TV, AV or Manual. All about ISO and which settings to use. Image size and image quality. Flash settings and fill in flash. How to take great portraits. How to take great landscape photographs. How to take great action pictures. The various auto focus settings and when to use them. Composition and what makes a picture look good. How to get the correct exposure. A live and exclusive demonstration of the universal zoom lens.
Suitable for: Anyone from the total beginner to the more experienced photographer.
To take into account
• Digital SLR Camera • Fully charged batteries and /or spare batteries • Memory card with enough space for 100 pictures • Any other lenses or flashguns.
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Ideally there is no substitute for employing the services of a professional photographer. A good photographer will have the skill set, experience and the correct kit to produce a high quality product shots every time. Sometimes though it's not always practical, or cost effective, to employ a professional photographer every time you need a quick staff portrait or product photograph.
For this reason we understand that occasionally you might like to take your own photographs but would appreciate a bit of extra training or advice. This photography training service is a skill which could literally save you hours of time and thousands of £££s in professional fees over the years. It's well worth considering if you are likely to take a lot of product photography or staff portraits in the future.
Private one to one photography tuition is just you, me and your camera. These courses are specially tailored to your personal requirements and your digital camera. Everything from the normal one day photography course is covered plus we usually have time to look at many more camera controls. They are mainly aimed at Digital SLR users but we can also cater for compact camera users.