Getting out of auto mode and into manual mode can feel overwhelming! There are so many numbers and terms that are technical. This introductory class will help you understand all of that and take control of your camera so you can start getting the kind of images you want. I remember being so frustrated after I bought my first DSLR camera. I spent all this money and most of my pictures did not come out the way I wanted them to! I thought the camera should do the work for me. Unfortunately, it is not that easy. Your camera is a tool, just like any other, and you need to learn how to use it to get the best results. I can help you on your photography journey to getting those images you visualize!
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- light meter
- shutter speed
- focal points
- focal planes
- depth of field
After taking this class you will be invited to an exclusive Facebook group only for students that have taken a course with Larisa. You will be able to continue asking questions, show your photography work, and find helpful resources here.
Sunday, January 21, 2018 SOLD OUT
Sunday, February 4, 2018 AVAILABLE
Time: 1:30 - 3:30pm
Location: Museum of York County, Rock Hill, SC 29732
Price: $100, marked down to $60 until 1/28/18
Get your seat immediately by clicking the "Buy Now" button below. You can also email PhotographybyLarisa@gmail.com with any questions. Limited seats available, so get yours quick!
What are students saying about this class?
"I have taken other photography classes by professional photographers that were much more expensive and I left confused after 3 hours. I thought photography just wasn't for me. However, I took another shot at taking a class with a different photographer and I'm so glad I did. Larisa broke down the material in such a simplified manner that after only 2 hours I was able to use my camera in manual! Now my pictures are looking so much better!
"I never knew that my camera could take such beautiful pictures. I learned from Larisa how to use all the settings in my camera to make it work for me. No more awful shadows from the flash, and I get great shots of my kids."