Wow! I can’t believe January is flying by so fast. It seems like no time since we were getting ready for Christmas and then making New Years Resolutions.
My main resolution this year is to get as many Digital SLR owners Out of the Auto mode on their cameras as possible.
So many people have these great (expensive!) , powerful, digital cameras but yet they have no idea how to operate it out of the Automatic setting. It’s such a waste! Seriously, you may as well just be using a heavy point and shoot camera if you are stuck on the little green square or smiley faced man setting…
DSLRs can be confusing
There are so many buttons to figure out.
The manuals are written in double dutch and use hieroglyphics!
If only someone could TELL you what you need to know
If only someone could show you what mode to be in for each shot
If only someone could just explain some of the terminology!
Well it’s time to be stuck no more.
Join me live, online each Tuesday evening at 8pm EST, beginning Jan 24th, for this 4 week course designed to Get you Out of Auto
It’s going to be fun! To get the details click here and start using your camera to the max.
See you in class!
P.S. This is a very unique course delivery and class size is very limited so hurry up and register right away!
This is photography’s silly season when everyone is out snapping photos wildly in anticipation of the perfect Holiday card shot. Have you been out shooting some family fall pictures over the weekend? Does this scenario sound familiar?
You take a million pictures (ok seriously several hundred) only to find 1 or 2 really good ones.
You sit back, look at your computer and think “Now how did I do that again?”
You have no idea.
You just switched the camera to Auto and hoped for the best.
Sometimes you get lucky!
But the next time you have to repeat that shot, you have to go through the same process of shooting several hundred images to get that one winner.
…Still stuck in Auto Mode….
Wouldn’t it be nice to know what all those camera buttons mean so that you could just take a look at your subject, your lighting and knowing what effect you want to achieve, just make it happen?
Because you know how to use that camera.
You know all the secrets and tips of getting that great shot.
You know how to handle different lighting scenarios, what those buttons do and when things aren’t looking good you know what to do to make it right.
Well I have news for you!
As part of my mission to get everyone out of Auto mode, my “Master your DSLR – Photography 101” is now on sale for half price. Yes–I’ve dropped the price to only $99 for the remainder of 2011 so you can have a chance to get in before the holiday season to really learn how to use your camera like a Pro.
Use the time between now and the end of the year to get a great introduction to photography and using your camera to the max all in the comfort of home, on your schedule and at your own pace.
You can check out the full course content here.
Once you register you have full access to the full 5 week’s material so you can digest it slowly or all in one go! And you’ll continue to have access for 3 months so even you plan to get a new camera over the holidays take advantage of the discounted price now because enrollment into the course at this price will end on December 31st 2011.
Don’t just use your DSLR camera like a big ol’ Point and Shoot– Get out of Auto Mode and check out “Master your DSLR – Photography 101” now!
P.S. The holidays season will have lots of great photo opportunities. Don’t waste them! Learn how to use that DSLR now.
As you may or may not know I’ve been teaching Photography Courses in the offline world for many years. This year actually I’m celebrating my 10th year as a photography instructor. Wow! I hadn’t really thought about that until right now but that’s a LOOONG time! Here in Atlanta I have the privilege of teaching students on a one-on-one basis and although I love doing this, I also wanted a way to share all the stuff that I teach with everyone, including people like you! So over the last 6 months I’ve been creating my very own CameraShy University over at www.CameraShyClasses.com.
So now you don’t have to be located in Atlanta to benefit from my training material. By visiting www.CameraShyClasses.com you can check out some of the courses I’m currently offering (more being added all the time!) You can take these courses online at any time that suits YOUR schedule. If you like to access lots of information quickly, then all the material is available for you right from the point you sign-up. Conversely, if you would like to absorb the information slowly, and take your time with the Action Points and Assignments, the material can be accessed for up to 6 months.
One of my most popular online photography courses is “Master your DSLR” which teaches you how to get a handle on your Digital SLR camera so that the basics of photography become second nature to you. This is perfect for any beginners in photography or someone just starting out with a Digital SLR for the first time.
The material is designed to be completed in 5 weeks, each week comprising of a different topic. Each week is further broken down into smaller sections so that you can learn the information in easy to manage, bite-sized chunks. I’ve included several Action points throughout, which will help you put the theory into – you got it – action!
At the end of every week I’ve created an assignment for you to complete so that you can demonstrate what you have learned. These pictures can be uploaded to the Flickr group so that the can be critiqued by others in the group and by me. And of course, I’m here via email to answer any questions that you might have throughout your course.
So if you’ve got a Digital SLR (DSLR) camera, and you know your only using about 20% of it’s functionality, if you want to move out of Auto mode and start shooting in Manual or if you want to begin to take your photography to the next level check out www.CamerashyClasses.com and sign up for a course today!
P.S. If you have questions about any of the courses, feel free to shoot me an email to ingrid [at] CameraShy [dot] info