Want to learn how to use your new (or old!) camera? Curious about how to get great wildlife or landscape shots? Have a new flash, but not sure how to properly use it?
For the month of July I’m offering one-on-one and small group sessions to help you learn more about photography, your equipment, and the settings on your camera. Each session will be tailored to suit your skill level and will focus on what you would like to learn. I currently offer lessons in Whitehorse, Yukon.
Types of Lessons and Sessions Available
Beginner photography concepts (aperture, ISO, shutter speed, getting out of Automatic mode)
How to use your various lenses
Working with Natural light
If you’d like to learn something that’s not listed here, just send me an email and we can chat about it.
Learn how to get out of auto mode, and get your photos to turn out the way you want them to!
These are two one-day courses, both covering the same concepts. You’ll learn how to properly expose pictures, how to choose a lens, how to create effects such as background blur and long exposures, and much more.
May 25 and May 26, at the Goldrush Inn, Whitehorse. Course will take place from 9:00am to 5:00pm, with a 1 hour lunch break from 12:00-1:00.
**(Update: The off-camera flash workshop is now full. however, you can still sign up for the waiting list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org)
I’ve teamed up with Archbould Photography to offer some exciting workshops this fall and winter. If you’ve got a DSLR, or if you want to learn how to use your flash, we’ve got some fun learning opportunities for you.
Basic Digital Photography – Bringing It Into Focus: Learn how to get your DSLR out of “auto mode” and take control of the features of your camera. Date: Dec 3, 2011.
Introduction to Flash and Off-camera Flash Photography: Get your flash off your camera and learn how to take control of light! Date: January 23, 2012.