DSLR Camera Class
Instruction is geared towards portrait photography. This is a beginners class on using a DSLR camera in manual mode. Advanced techniques are not covered. Landscape and HDR photography is not covered.
Class is brand specific, but Canon and Nikon cameras are the most popular types that are brought to my classes.
How to use your DSLR camera to photograph people in manual mode.
- Wednesday June 22nd or Thursday June 30th
- Marysville Michigan
- Printed copy of guide included
- Limited class size
- Live photoshoot/hands on instruction
- A DSLR camera*
- 50mm 1.8 lens, or any lens with an f-stop of 2.8 or lower (recommended)
- Lightroom or Photoshop (recommended)
*How do I know if I have a DSLR camera?
One way to tell is if you have a 'manual mode' and you can remove your camera's lens. If you are not sure, a quick Google search will help you determine if your camera is a DSLR.
Can't make the class? Buy the PDF guide and learn on your own.
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Finding the correct light
Many of the diagrams and examples use a Canon camera for examples but the concepts apply to all DSLR cameras. If you have another camera model, you will still benefit from this guide.
***The guide is written exactly how I use my camera everyday for taking professional images and how I understand using my camera in manual mode. Other photographer/teachers may teach different methods. The guide does not cover landscape photography, off camera flashes, HDR photography or studio lighting.***