Do you want to achieve perfectly focused images every time you use your camera ? If so, join us and we will teach you how to to setup your DSLR to ensure that you get the best from the focusing system. Whether you use auto or manual focus, learn about which focusing settings to use in any given situation, so you can photograph either static or fast moving subjects. You will have chance to ask Nikon School experts questions about your particular camera and get answers that will help you get increase your hit rate of sharp and in focus images.
If you want to advance your understanding of DSLR Autofocus, this course is for you. It is a great opportunity to learn how to get the best from your camera.
In the workshop we will cover:
Photographing subjects with the viewfinder
How to achieve precise focusing with Live View
Focusing when handheld
Tripod based focusing techniques
Focusing on moving subjects
Customising you cameras Autofocus Settings
When to use Live View focusing
Focusing for Video
How Lens choice affects focusing
Focusing and Shutter Speeds
Which focusing modes to use and when
Back Button focusing
Tips to get the best from the focusing system in your camera
These sessions will take place via Zoom video call, so please ensure your laptop (preferred) or your phone is capable of supporting this application.
If you have not received the e-mail with the joining information 1 week before the course please e-mail [email protected] immediately and we will send the link out to you. Do not e-mail us on the day of the course as there is no guarantee we will see the e-mail in time to send out the details
I thought this course was excellent! I had some concerns that the ‘Zoom’ format wouldn’t work very well, but in fact Ricci’s excellent training style, huge knowledge and the ease with which questions can be posted through the course made it all work very well. I liked the way that we covered the techniques of focusing but also looked at other ways in which focusing can appear to be compromised eg slow shutter speed. Superb images were used throughout to illustrate various points. Top marks!
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