Better Pictures with your Bridge Camera and Compact Camera
If you’ve been a reader here on the blog for a while you might know that I teach photography here online and in person in Atlanta. I’ve been doing this for quite sometime – 13 years in fact – right since the inception of digital photography. Back when I started teaching in 2000 I taught groups of “early adopters” all about their new fangled digital cameras. Looking back at my notes from those classes we talked about 4 MEGA byte cards and AA batteries and 2mega pixels sensors. People had no idea about these things which is hard to believe since we are now so used to taking photos with our phones and deal with GIGA bytes every day! I clearly remember trying to explain to several people that there was no door to open to put the film in – there was no film!
Anyways, as the years have progressed I’ve focused more and more on DSLR camera users as those cameras have become more popular, less expensive and have a steep learning curve. But I consistently get asked to do something for people with compact, superzoom and bridge cameras. These cameras have come a LONG way in the past 13 years but there is still a lot of confusion out there with people who want to know about all the functions their cameras offer and how they can improve their photography without having a lot of fancy equipment. Truth be told on some of the advanced compacts there are almost as many options as on the entry level DSLR cameras.
So, next Wednesday evening, at 8pm EST I’m holding a free mini-class on How to take Better Photos with your Compact or Bridge camera. This is going to be a fun interactive webinar where I’ll share the 3 most important things in photography and how, by learning about them, you can dramatically improve your photos.
If you are at all interested in improving your photography without the need for a bulky DSLR, I’d love for you to join me .
Here’s the link to the sign up form and don’t forget to register right away as space is very limited!
See you on the webinar
P.S. Even if you can’t make it on Wednesday evening, be sure to go ahead and register and I will send you the replay. Here’s the link again: http://camerashy.enterthemeeting.com/m/YHKM86TH
About the Author
Photography, teacher, entrepreneur. I help regular people get the best from their cameras and let their creativity flow!