Individual or private small group course
Last updated on June 4th, 2019
Do you take great photos but don’t understand how ISO, aperture, and shutter speed relate?
Are you still stuck on auto but would like to know how to be more creative?
Forget about trial and error.
This 4 hour theory session fills in the gaps. Learn how the creative modes work and how you can create more interesting photos.
This photography course is ideal if you’re comfortable with taking good images but just want to learn more about the settings and how they work.
A private, 4 hour session held at a convenient location
A course that is guaranteed to run. No minimum numbers
Change the course topics to suit your needs or we just go with my standard list.
You don't need to remember everything. You get my notes in a workbook.
I'm there to help you after our time together. You get unlimited email support should you have any questions.
You get 12 months membership to an exclusive community of like-minded people. Valued at $89.95
I really like taking photos of nature which when I was told I was going to Queens Park and Laurel Bank Park, I was excited. But when I was told I was going into the city, I was nervous because I don't like taking photos of people or anything to do with structures and things. When the day came, I actually really enjoyed it and I've started taking photos of people and objects! I've also started to take my camera everywhere now and started to look at things more differently. And I also found out things that I didn't know I could do 🙂 I really think the course was worth it.
Happy to recommend Shane. He was so accommodating for my teenaged niece who was taking her first steps in learning about photography. She finished her course full of confidence and inspiration.
Shane was a great teacher. He was very patient and helpful, even when I felt a bit overwhelmed. He was willing to tailor a one-on-one course to me and my business which was a huge asset. I very much enjoyed my photography course and would highly recommend Shane to others.
It was really good course to get me started. I feel that my photography has improved dramatically since taking the course. The amount of content delivered was just right and I really enjoyed the day.
Basic camera operation – what the settings mean
Shooting modes – manual, auto or semi-automatic
Aperture, shutter speed and ISO - what it all means
How to read a histogram - exposure is everything
Jpg vs. raw – what file format to shoot in
Metering – how the camera measures light
White balance – what it is and how you can use it
Exposure compensation – adjusting exposure
Focusing – auto, manual, selecting focus points
Lenses -which focal length suits the job
How to check things turned out right – histograms and other info
I like to run this session in a local park but we’ll work out a mutually convent location when you book.
Start time can be 9:00am finishing at 1:00pm or start at 1:00pm finishing at 5:00pm.
Digital SLR, Mirrorless or high end point and shoot. You MUST be able to set your camera to manual mode.
Your camera manual.
Something to write on and with.
The price you pay depends on the number of people you bring to the course with you.
$375 (you save more than $40 per person)
$450 (you save $80 per person)
$500 (you save $105 per person)
5 or more
Contact me to discuss.
If room hire is needed, the cost will be in addition to the course cost.
Contact me today to book a course.