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Photography class schedule updated

I’m happy to announce i’ve added another Photography Bootcamp class for October 11th.  I’ve had a few people request this date so if you are interested in signing up, I recommend you do so early as I do limit the amount of seats.

The photography bootcamp is designed for the beginner photographer with a dSLR or mirrorless camera who wants to learn how to take better photos.  The class lasts for 5 hours and will take a “Program” mode photographer (who lets the camera do all the work) and transforms you into shooting completely manual.  this not only gives you better photos straight out of your camera but opens up the artistic side as you will understand what & why your camera is telling you certain things.  The best way to explain this is we teach you how to talk with your camera.

Not only does every student gets lots of one-on-one instruction on class day, I have a Facebook group where we all can talk, share images, ask questions and just have a community where we can enjoy all things photography. Every student who takes one of my classes is joined to the group.

Click here to register for my photography bootcamp class on October 11th, 2015.

But wait, there’s more… (sorry, couldn’t resist.)

On November 21st I am holding my 3rd ever “Shooting Bootcamp” class. This class is for anyone who has already been thru the Photography Bootcamp and is comfortable shooting in full manual.  This class is held in the field (typically downtown Raleigh) and we work with what we are given.  Direct sun, overcast skies and even darkness.  This is a pivotal class where we learn to use light – all kinds of light.  How to blend flash invisibly with available light, overpower available light, use unconventional light sources and even shoot at night.  In addition we’ll be dealing with obstacles that are beyond our control and talk about how to use composition, aperture and even shutter to turn everyday nuisances into art.

Click here to register for my shooting bootcamp class on November 21st, 2015.

Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions and I look forward to hopefully seeing you there!

 

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