Have you just purchased a digital camera and want to work out how to use it properly? Maybe you're off on holiday and want to take better photographs of your trip? Or you have a new baby in the family and want to capture those special moments? Aimee can help you with all of this!
The courses are designed on an individual basis, so that you reach your specific goal. They cover the equipment, camera settings, exposure (aperture, shutter speed and ISO) and composition, so you will always leave knowing what the buttons on your camera do and how to create a good image. The courses are fully practical and take place via platforms such as Google Meet or Skype. If you have a specific genre interest (portrait, landscape, photography, night time, sports etc), then the course can include elements of this, but please keep in mind this element will be theory based as we'll be online.
Aimee has been a professional photographer for over 12 years and has 8 years of teaching experience, alongside a teaching qualification (PGCE). She is incredibly knowledgeable in photography and can work her way around all camera brands.
This course is suitable for DSLR's and Bridge cameras.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
The 1-2-1 courses cost £160 for 4 hours - start time is flexible. The course is available on Sunday's and Friday's during term-time, Monday-Friday during school holidays.
Please have a fully charged digital camera with you and any other equipment you may have (though you are not expected to have anything other than a camera!).
This course is taught online
4 hours (flexible times to suit)
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