I get it. You have a love/hate relationship with your fancy DSLR camera. You love the idea of improving your photography skills and taking great shots of your family. That’s why you invested in such a nice camera, right?
On the other hand, you probably don’t love the fact that it rarely comes out of the bag because, quite frankly, your iPhone takes pretty fantastic photos and is a LOT less bulky.
Or maybe you use it a lot but just aren’t getting the results you know are possible. Those dials and buttons can be manipulated to create a beautiful image, but how? The camera modes can be so overwhelming. A? S? TV? What? Let’s not even think about M!
Join me for Coffee + Cameras! Bring yourself and your DSLR or mirrorless camera and encourage your friends to sign up as well. This casual little class will help you get familiar with your camera, it’s functions and turn photography from frustrating to fun!
My goal is get you away from shooting on auto and more comfortable shooting in the creative modes (A, S/Tv, M). We’ll cover the basics of exposure and what settings are needed for specific situations (Saturday morning soccer games, anyone??).
The Coffee + Cameras class is $50 and requires registration as space is limited. Registration is non-refundable. However, if 24 hours notice is given, your payment may transfer to a future class. Classes are held at my studio just south of downtown Milwaukee – 131 W. Seeboth St.
To register, please visit my ticketing site and choose the class date and quantity. You’ll then be directed through the checkout process.
The class I took was incredibly helpful. In an afternoon I learned enough to become comfortable using our camera for the first time. She was easy to understand on a topic that I have had a hard time learning about in the past. - Margaret
Really casual class, informal which allows for questions, conversation and a relaxed atmosphere. Very informative, especially for beginners. - Daniel
After two years with my camera, I can finally truly use it! - Abby
Your style of teaching is excellent. Small class size is also helpful.
You had wonderful materials and resources that simplified everything. The basic details were the main focus while everyone was able to ask individual questions.