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Workshop Dates and Locations
|Feb 8-9 2018 (Thursday-Friday)||Kindersley, SK – $425||Masonic Lodge||2 Seats LEFT|
|Feb 15-16 2018 (Thursday-Friday)||Winnipeg, MB – $425||Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame||4 Seats LEFT|
|Feb 17-18 2018 (Saturday-Sunday)||Brandon, MB – $425||Brandon University||SOLD OUT|
|Feb 24-25 2018 (Saturday-Sunday)||INTERMEDIATE Saskatoon, SK – $525||Ancient Spirals Retreat||SOLD OUT|
|Mar 4-11 2018 (Saturday-Sunday)||Costa Rica – $2298||SOLD OUT|
|Mar 15-16 2018 (Thursday-Friday)||Edmonton, AB – $425||Fort Edmonton Park||SOLD OUT|
|Mar 17-18 2018 (Saturday-Sunday)||Lloydminster, AB/SK – $425||Rolling Greens Fairways||4 Seats LEFT|
|Mar 22-23 2018 (Thursday-Friday)||Saskatoon, SK – $425||Briarwood Community Centre||SOLD OUT|
|Apr 7-8 2018 (Saturday-Sunday)||INTERMEDIATE Regina, SK – $525||Dallas Valley Ranch Camp||SOLD OUT|
Workshop Registration Form
What is correct exposure
Navigating around the camera – What does it all mean
Holding the camera
Focal Length – effects on quality
Holding focus and recomposing
Aperture – exposure compensation
Shutter Speed – hand hold vs tripod
Single shot focusing
Aperture – bracketing exposure
Shutter Speed – bracketing exposure
Composition – Rule of thirds
Composition – SCUFI
Composition – Perspective
Candid Photography techniques
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I am a pure beginner. I literally know nothing about the camera and only use the auto stuff. Is this the course for me?
A: Yes. The intro course will allow you to understand how the camera works. Everyone has to start somewhere!
Q: If I am already quite familiar with my camera is this the workshop for me? What topics will be covered?
A:, Yes, this is definitely the correct workshop. There will of course be some repetition on a few items, however, I have a very different approach and from my experience, with thousands of photographers that have come through this course, everyone benefits starting here.
With that being said, I have a few questions for you:
What camera are you using?
Do you shoot in manual mode?
Do you have an external Flash?
Please list your two favourite lenses that you currently own?
If you shoot at night (aurora/stars/lightning) please attach one or two images.
By answering these questions I will be able to ensure we get you in the right workshop.
Q: I have a Panasonic ZS100 which is an advanced travel camera, it has the usual capabilities but no interchangeable lens. Is it worth me taking the course when I have a limited camera?
A: ZS100 is a fantastic camera. Although it is not a dslr camera, it has every bit of the necessary functionality and is totally suitable for the workshop. That being said, one of the outcomes from the workshop will likely be that you will discover that there are a few limitations with this camera. I suggest taking the workshop with this camera and if and when you decide to upgrade to a better version, you will have a great idea of what you need and want.
Q: Am I able to purchase a gift certificate for someone?
A: Yes, gift certificates are available in any denomination and can be purchased by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We will wait to contact the recipient until after the gift has been received.
Q: Is a micro 4/3 camera is suitable to take this class?
Q: I was wondering about these classes as I have a mirrorless camera and would love to know how to use it. Are these classes beneficial for my type of camera. I was hesitant to sign up because of this.
Q: I have an older Camera – Canon T3i
Q: I have a Nikon D90 which is about 10 yrs old. Would that suffice for the workshop?
Q: I have taken the Intro course. What does the intermediate course offer that is different? What if I “forget” some of the stuff I learned in the beginner course?
A: You are absolutely ready to take the Intermediate course. We will review a few things from the Intro class before we get started. The intermediate workshop will build on the skills you learned in the intro workshop and focus on more advanced techniques like bracketing, tripod shooting, long exposures, workflow, night shooting and some editing
I have been using my camera on auto mode since I got it and have tried everything possible to learn. No Luck. 2 Days with Greg and I swear I will never use auto again!Cheryl T
The camera has always been a huge frustration. Not anymore. I totally get it and whats even more important, its fun again!Steven P
I have taken several photo ‘classes’ in the past. Online, community college and the one they offer at the camera store. I learned more in two days than all of it combined and I retained it. Loving the camera now.Denise R
Since I paid good money for the camera I should have taken this workshop 5 years ago, it would have saved a lot of headache. Highly recommended.Shannon L