Sports photography for Busy Parents

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 2014/11/19 - 9:30am to 12:30pm - Sports photography for Parents   Wednesday 19 November, 2014  9:30-2:30  Buy Now   $174.99  6 seats  Tom 
 Sports photography for Busy Parents GIFT CERTIFICATE     9:30-12:30  Buy Now   $149.99  yes  Tom 
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Sports photography for Parents

This is a DSLR class for busy parents of active kids. You have bought the camera and are stuck and frustrated with fuzzy action photos. This is not a beginner camera class, but a beginner sports photography class.

This class will very specifically show you how to use and set your DSLR camera (which is the best camera to use for this) for sports, plays, recitals and any other kind of kid-based locomotion. These techniques will also inform your photo efforts as well at family events, outings and soirees.

This class is in a new better format. In the morning we will cover specific DSLR camera techniques on at Burgess park with an active sporty model and with many opportunities for various activities from skateboarding to running to basketball. I will demonstrate and you will shoot with supervision. After three hours we will break for lunch and resume in the afternoon at PhotoTrainer HQ to see the results of our efforts in Lightroom.

This experience gives you the advantage of shooting and seeing your work right away in a proper editing environment that is able to support the fine quality of the images created on the DSLR. This IS a field photography class so the main intent in on making great images; there is some very basic secondary introduction to Lightroom in the service of the review and edit process of your camera work. Bring your telephoto lenses and join us for an exciting high-end photo-training experience that you can use.

Please note this workshop is for the DSLR camera. You need one of these cameras to participate in this class. Please read "Is your camera a DSLR?" to determine if your camera is a Single Lens Reflex camera. Most 4/3rds "mirrorless" with electronic viewfinders (and slow autofocus) cameras are NOT suitable for action photography or this class.