Do you have a DSLR camera that you got for Christmas last year (or the year before or the year before)? Or for your birthday? Did you open it with wild abandon and then poop your pants when you saw how thick the user’s manual was? Did you, maybe, try eight pictures with it and when they turned out all dark you shut it off and stuck it on the shelf in your closet?
If you have a fancy DSLR camera but you’re either afraid to use it or aren’t comfortable with all the settings, we’ve got the class for you!!
GreatScott Images is pleased to offer GreatShots Workshops: Introduction to Your DSLR. It’s a basic photography workshop to help you take your camera out of the box, out of auto mode and to make use of all its bells and whistles. During our three hour workshop, we want you to attain a basic understanding of photography topics like ISO, Shutter Speed, Aperture, and how to use light to your advantage. We will also share some tips for taking great pictures of your family in everyday situations – from the soccer field to your very own living room and beyond.
WHO IS THE WORKSHOP FOR?
Anyone that would like to take better photos and those that are ready to switch their cameras off of the “tulip” or “lady” or “mountain” settings. We want this class to be a fun-filled class where you feel comfortable asking any questions you may have.
DO I NEED A DSLR TO TAKE THE CLASS?
You do not need to have a DSLR camera, but I highly recommend it.
WHERE IS THE WORKSHOP CLASS GOING TO TAKE PLACE?
The workshop will take place at our studio space, 411 Photography Studio located at 411 Dousman St., Green Bay, WI – There’s parking in the rear and all around the Broadway district.
WHO IS THE WORKSHOP CLASS NOT FOR?
If you’re already making properly exposed and well-composed images, this workshop isn’t really for you.
HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN ATTEND YOUR WORKSHOP?
My goal is to provide personal attention to each and every attendee, therefore it’ll be limited to 12 seats.
WHAT WILL THE WORKSHOP COVER?
My class will cover introduction to composition, exposure, manual mode setting, shutter speed, aperture, ISO, a lens review and even some advice when it comes to editing your images.
HOW MUCH DOES THE CLASS COST?
The workshop fee is $50 per person (this is an introductory course – future and more-advanced workshop class fees may be higher). Your fee includes the workshop, take-home information and light snacks & water during breaks. PLUS you’ll get a $25 coupon for your next photo/portrait session with GreatScott Images.
WHEN IS YOUR WORKSHOP?
Saturday, April 4th from 10am-1pm – This is Easter Saturday.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
Simply click the “Pay Now” button below. Processing handled by PayPal – You aren’t required to have a PayPal account to use this service. Click on “Pay with a credit or debit card…” link in the center of the following page. If you’d rather not submit your information via the web, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your phone number and we’ll take your credit card information over the phone. Registration closes Thursday, April 2nd.