Weekend DSLR Photography Course – 11/11/2012
I learnt to manipulate the three essentials of photography being aperture, shutter speed and ISO. This will enable me to shoot with manual mode and have more fun taking pictures which is what I was looking for.
I also learnt new features about my camera such as metering, white balance and focus (AF-S, AF-C .. ).
I was given a lot of advice from the teacher which I will take away and consider very seriously. The technical part of the course about lenses was very interesting.
Would definitely recommend the course. It was instructive and very fun!
Sebastian Bittar (Nikon D3100)
Learnt so much! I can’t wait to get out and practice! Concerned I will forget it as we covered so much. Still find it complicated but it does make so much more sense than before. Loved the fun stuff and all the creative techniques at the end. Would definitely recommend this course to friends + would like to learn some more advanced stuff once this has all sunk in.
Louise Gibson (Nikon D3000)
I learnt the holy trinity of a picture exposure (aperture, shutter speed and ISO)
I would have liked more practice earlier on as post lunch (when more practice) was when it started to click.
Louise Doherty (Canon 350D)
I was a completely beginner in photography. After this course I understand many more functions of my camera, such as shutter speed, aperture, ISO, etc.. I also learnt techniques on how to take a good pictures in different lighting. I was given a lot of valuable advice. I would definitely recommend this course!
Vaida Maciuleviciute (Nikon D3100)
The course refreshed many of the topics I already knew but actually put it into context along with the underlying theory. Although it started a bit slow it became more interesting and provided a lot of useful information as the day progressed. Creative techniques were very good. I would definitely recommend this course to friends.
I don’t know the value of the course as it was a present but enjoyed it throughout.
Laura Moreno (Sony Alpha a330)