It’s that time of year when a lot of people will be asking for or gifting someone a brand new fancy camera!  Or maybe you have one that is collecting dust or you don’t know how to use it.  Well, I always say, “shooting a DSLR camera in AUTO mode is like having a convertible and never taking the top down.”

I get a lot of people asking me questions like….
“How do you get the background all blurry?”
“What kind of camera should I get?”
“How can I get pictures of my kids that look like yours?”
And on and on and on……

Sooooooo……..if you have a fancy camera but are still just turning it on and shooting in AUTO mode……

THIS IS THE CLASS FOR YOU!

When you walk out of this class you will know the following:

-Manual Mode (it’s not scary I promise!)
-How to change your settings for different situations
-How to get the “blurry background” (there’s a technical word for it, don’t worry, we will go over it all)
-How different lenses work
-How to get more captivating pictures of everyday life
-How to find the best light for every situation
and more!

I will walk you through your individual camera and help you find the ways to change your settings and go over any lenses you have (don’t worry if you don’t have anything but what came with your camera!) as well as set up a short practice shoot to see your results.

I will also add you to my group on Facebook.  I’ve taught this class a few times before but only to previous clients.  This is the first time I have opened it up to the public.  Space is LIMITED TO 10 spots.

Details:
Saturday, January 13, 2018
9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Bixby – address will be sent once registration is complete
$175
(includes class manual, light breakfast, mini shoot, Facebook group access)

To grab your spot simply email me at Blair(at)BlairSchluterPhotography.com or click the contact tab HERE.  If you are asking for a DSLR for Christmas, simply email them this blog post as a hint and I can give them a gift card.  Again, space is VERY limited because I want to have enough time to work with each and every one of you.

Look forward to seeing you and helping you learn those fancy cameras!