|Cost||Starting from R800 for 60 min|
|Ages||15 – 60|
|Levels||Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced|
|Experience||1 – 3 Years|
How to use your Digital Camera with Confidence
You’ll learn how all those buttons and dials work on your digital camera and what they do for you. This course will take you about 2 hours. Through practical guidance you will be shooting like you have known all this forever, its like riding a bicycle.
It is all about having a comfortable understanding, and not about memorizing things that will aid you to take better pictures.
Who should attend this Course?
This course is perfect for anyone who considers themselves a beginner with their digital camera, or can’t understand that “thick confusing manual”.
Designed for absolute beginners and for people who haven’t yet put all the puzzle pieces together of how aperture and shutter speed work together.
Aimed at individuals who are looking initially to enter photography as a hobby, or for the traveller who wants better pictures, and/or the person wanting more out life and considering photography as a part time career option.
What are the requirements?
You should own a digital camera. (This class applies to all brands of cameras).
Professional cameras are supplied if you are still in the buying process and a little confused as to what to buy.
What am I going to get from this course?
2 Hours of hands on practical time one on one with David Lazarus.
The camera that will best suit your needs, should you still in the buying process and a little confused as to what to buy.
How to see your images in a more sophisticated way, regarding composure. You will add exposure to your photographer’s tool belt and learn how it impacts many visual elements of your images.
You will learn how all of the modes (Auto, P, S, A and M) work and when you should be using each mode, especially Manual, do you will be in control.
You will learn to recognize the difference between depth-of-field blur and motion blur and all the artistic effects that you can achieve according to your interest and taste.