Building on your skills gained during the Getting Started with DSLR Photography Part 1 Course, we will expand your knowledge and show you how to visualize and shoot inspiring images. You will learn how to use your DSLR in everyday situations to make the most out of your picture taking opportunities. We will look at how to get the best out of your everyday portraits and show you how to make the most of those great landscape shots you take on holiday. We will also teach you the skills needed to capture action shots of pets or children at home.
This workshop will teach you how to shoot inspiring and creative images and build your knowledge of photography. The emphasis is on practical exercises to help you visualize and shoot creative images.
Topics covered include:
• Best use of shutter speed, ISO and aperture
• When, where and how to use shutter speed, ISO and aperture
• Camera settings and equipment
• Image ideas and concepts
• Making the most of your images
• Colour and composition
• Shooting in low light
• Post processing
It is assumed that those attending will have a basic knowledge of photography and have an understanding of aperture, shutter priority and exposure, or have already attended the Getting Started with DSLR Photography Part 1 workshop.
This course is the second in a two course program- Getting Started with DSLR Photography Part 1 and Getting Started with DSLR photography Part 2. It is not essential to attend both classes but if you wish to book for both of the courses you will be entitled to a 10% discount of the total fee which we will refund back onto your payment card after booking.
*Discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or for Gift Cards.
You may also be interested in these courses:
Getting Creative with off camera flash
Getting Started with DSLR Film Making
Nikon Digital Darkroom-Lightroom
Average customer rating for this course:
"I've got a lot of film experience including developing my own photographs. Digital opens up several new dimensions. Neil answered anything that I asked and showed me how to achieve it on my D300. I couldn't stop talking about it to my daughter when I got home. The days course was a good balance of theory and practise. Many thanks. "
"Neil was as informative as he was on the first day and I now feel like I have more confidence exploring and getting the most out of my camera. The knowledge that all the staff at the school have is second to none and are always welcoming with a smile and happy to help with any query."
"This was my second day course at the Nikon school and it wont be my last! I attended part 1 and thoroughly enjoyed that so signed up for part 2 to consolidate what I had already learnt. Neil was a really excellent teacher and explaining anything we didn't understand and balanced the theory with practice. I am now much more confident to use my D5600 out of automatic mode and inspired by some wonderful pictures that Neil showed us that he had taken.Thank you"
"As I have had my camera for quite some time I was not sure whether this course would prove useful to me or not. I should not have worried. We didn't spend too much time on the mechanics of the camera but concentrated on techniques for getting better photographs. I actually learnt an awful lot, especially on elements of composition and optimum camera settings for various shooting scenarios. The class far exceeded my expectations and I have no issue recommending it."
"Having not done part one and feeling rather rusty in my photographic skills knowledge I was delighted to find this course just the right thing for me. I had recently bought a new D5600 and this proved an ideal opportunity to get to know the camera and to refresh old skills & acquire many new ones. It was good to be able to do some practical work too. Neil our trainer was a very good presenter (obviously an amazing photographer himself) and was wonderfully patient too! Highly recommended. "
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