Learn to take complete control of your camera. This means, take it off the fully automatic setting and realize the full potential of your camera while using A/Av, S/Tv and M. Once you learn how and when to use each of these modes it is unlikely you will ever want to use the Full Automatic [...]
SHOOT LIKE A PRO Camera and Photography Workshops
Learn to take complete control of your camera and get stunning results!
Unleash the power of your DSLR camera in this action-packed event! We will take the training wheels off and teach you to SHOOT LIKE A PRO! We’ll show you how to control your camera in A/Av (Aperture Priority), S/Tv (Shutter Priority) and M (Manual Mode).
Learn how to isolate your subject and blur the background, shoot a landscape with infinite focus, freeze motion, show motion in photographs and take beautiful photographs at night. You’ll learn all this and much, much more in our core workshop, SHOOT LIKE A PRO!
This class is intended for DSLR and hybrid camera users as well as anyone considering a new camera purchase but unsure which camera they should buy! Bring your Nikon, Canon, Sony, Pentax, Olympus or any other make of camera you may have!
Register for a SHOOT LIKE A PRO workshop! This workshop teaches you how to take complete control of your camera and get jaw-dropping images, straight out of your camera! Join us afterward for a two hour Photo Excursion to put what you’ve learned to use!
COMING SOON! We are working on a video series to support our photography workshops! Videos have been proven to be a much more effective learning tool than reading. We’ll also take you along on some of our photo shoots to show you even more tips and tricks!
After attending our SHOOT LIKE A PRO event you’ll want to show your work to everyone! Let us help. We are adding a gallery to display YOUR photos for EVERYONE to see! Please include a short story about the image and how you captured it!
We are dedicated to your success! You’ll find many tips and tricks in our upcoming blog and video series. Have a question for us? Send us an email. We may blog about it so everyone can benefit! All these new features are COMING SOON! We’d also like to THANK YOU for your continued support!
Your camera came with a user manual, but, they are not usually the best resource you will find. We recommend finding at least one book that has good reviews. You can easily see reviews on sites like Amazon.com to make sure you are buying a book others have found useful and steer clear of any [...]
DSLR Cameras can produce great images straight out of the camera but the images can be further enhanced to created stunning images with a couple quick tweaks! Photoshop Elements is a very powerful, very affordable post processing software for photographers. Photoshop Elements can make the simplest of corrections to complicated enhancements, corrections and changes. [...]
The ISO setting changes your sensors sensitivity to the light let in by your Shutter and Aperture. The higher the ISO the more sensitive your sensor. When your ISO is set to a lower value, such as 100 or 200 the sensor is less sensitive. If the lighting condition is not bright enough you may [...]
A very important step in becoming a better photographer is practicing so “Get Out and Shoot!” Even if you are using your camera in Full Automatic you are able to get comfortable with your stance and composition. Photograph a variety of subjects. Practice composing landscapes, have a friend pose for portraits, snap some candid shots [...]
Shooting in Manual is the only way for you to take complete control of your camera, your exposure and creativity. When shooting in Automatic you surrender all the decision making to your camera and hope for the best. When shooting in Aperture Priority your camera dictates the shutter speed. When shooting in Shutter Priority your [...]
DSLR cameras typically do a very good job capturing a good exposure but in order to take creative control of your camera you need to take it off automatic. Using the semi-automatic modes such as Aperture Priority (A/Av) and Shutter Priority (S/Tv) will quickly give you a great deal of control over your camera and [...]
Most DSLR cameras offer the ability to shoot in RAW and JPEG. For best results we recommend shooting in RAW. Shooting RAW offers greater flexibility in correcting exposure and enhancing images. There is slightly more work required to process the RAW image but we believe it is worth the extra 60-90 seconds. Photoshop Elements, Lightroom [...]