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What is Capture & Create?
A beginners workshop focused on getting you comfortable with your DSLR camera. You will learn how to get your camera out of auto, along with the basics of photography such as lighting and white balance. You will leave this workshop with the knowledge of how to start taking properly exposed images, nailing your focus and achieving that coveted blurred background we all know and love!
Workshop will last 2.5 hours. The first half will be book work and you will be given the opportunity to ask any and all the questions you would like. We will end class with some hands on shooting where you will be able to receive some feedback. You will take home a 12 page workbook and small ring-bound set of 4x6 cheat sheets that should fit nicely in your camera bag. Your learning doesn't end here! You will also be given access to our private Facebook group for attendees only. This allows everyone to continue learning from one another and provides a forum for getting feedback, in addition to asking questions as you practice your newly acquired skills!
What should I bring?
• Your DSLR camera
• Any lenses, manuals and accessories you have
• Notebook and Pen
Where will the class take place?
At Jessica's studio in Plymouth. If you have a group of 3+, you pick the date and Jessica will come to you ( travel fee may apply if greater than 25 miles outside of Plymouth). For groups of 5+, host/hostess gets their class for FREE!
This class is for ANY BEGINNER who wants to learn how to get their camera out of auto.
I would like to become a Photographer in the future and would like to learn from you, can I still sign up?
NO! This is a closed workshop for hobbyist & enthusiasts only. If you have any interest or intention on going Pro within the next 3 years, this class is not for you. For those looking to be mentored on business or beginning a professional journey, please look in to the “mentorship” section of the website, or sign up for the Businesss Basics class.
I only have the lens that came with my camera, is that enough?
YES! Any lens will do for class, however, I do strongly recommend getting a portrait lens. If you can get one before class that's even better! They are fairly inexpensive and will help take your photography to the next level. 50mm 1.8 is a wonderful and versatile lens to start.
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