Looking to get out of Auto? This course is perfect for anyone using a DSLR, CSC, Mirrorless, Advanced Compact, Bridge or any Camera with Manual controls. We help you get to grips with aperture, shutter and ISO settings, enabling you to take full control of your camera. There will be opportunities to ask questions, as well as lots of practical exercises, so you can test out new skills and techniques.
On The Day
This day is designed for the new photographer or anyone that needs to be brought up to date with digital photography. During the day the trainer will cover a broad range of topics related to basic digital photography, encouraging you to get the best from your camera and take your first steps in moving away from Auto.
What happens on the day?
With a variety of theory and practical, these topics are delivered in a fun, enthusiastic and jargon-free style. By the end of the day you will feel confident controlling your camera and have improved your photographic knowledge, skills and techniques. Training lasts for approximately 6 hours which will include time for breaks.
Who will be there on the day?
The training will be led by a member of our Award Winning Academy Training Team. All our Trainers are experienced photographers and have a broad knowledge of all cameras to ensure you get the best from the day.
What do I need?
No previous knowledge about Photography is required.
Please note that the 6 hours does include a lunch break. Lunch is not provided within the price.
54-57 Allison Street,
24th September 2022
10th November 2022
L3/5 Buchanan Galleries,
6 Sauchiehall Street,
21st August 2022
11th September 2022
18/20 Thames Street,
17th September 2022
5th November 2022
St Johns Parishg Centre,
21 Housley Park,
27th August 2022
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