2014 Beginner DSLR Camera Classes | {Nashville TN Photography}

workshop1 2014 Beginner DSLR Camera Classes | {Nashville TN Photography}
It’s that time of year again!  This is my 3rd year offering beginner DSLR classes, and this time I’m a little ahead of the game.  {Before Christmas!  Christmas present, hint hint!}

Mommy and Her Camera has been a huge hit and has helped so many people take better pictures of their children and families. AND you don’t have to be a Mommy to attend!  You can be a dad, a teenager, a teacher, an aunt, etc.  I know many people who have a “big” camera or “mommy” camera on their wishlist. This class is intended to help you learn all of the functions of your camera, get out of the auto setting, and take better pictures.

All you need is a DSLR (a camera that changes lenses). No experience needed!


Here are some of the topics that we will cover:

* Camera basics and functions

* Modes – AV, TV, M

* Exposure

* Shutter speed, aperture, ISO

* Histograms

* White balance

* Using natural light

* Metering

* Focusing

* Composition

* Saving and printing your images

* Tips and tricks


Workshop Includes:

* 3.5 hours of instruction: includes time for discussion and hands on practice

* Snacks

* A workbook full of great information

* A fun Mom’s day out with new friends

This workshop is intended as a beginning photography class. We’ll work on getting to know your camera better and taking better pictures. This is NOT a photography business class OR intended for someone wanting to start a photography business.


Cost: $125

Memphis Dates: TBA

Nashville Dates: Sunday, January 19th: 1pm-4:30pm at our studio in Hendersonville, TN or Sunday, February 16th: 1pm-4:30pm at our studio in Hendersonville, TN

Class size is limited to ensure one on one time. Seats are non-refundable or transferable. If you are unable to attend, you may find someone to attend in your place.

Please email me at shannon@shannonpaynephotography.com to reserve your seat today.


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