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Most people think that by just spending a lot of money on a DSLR camera, it will magically take better photos than their point-and-shoot did. The only problem is the operator is more important than the camera. You can leave your camera on Auto or Program mode and take average photos (and every now and then, a great one), but to truly take consistently great photos, you need to take your camera off program mode! Our workshops teach you how.
Now that you are more comfortable with your camera, time to learn more techniques, take more control and become fearless! Part I Review - Just in case you have forgotten anything. Histogram - The best guide to perfect exposure Exposure Compensation - Tweaking exposure in Aperture Mode F-stops - More on the relationship between aperture, ISO and shutter speed Shooting in Manual Mode - We talk about manual mode until it doesnt seem so scary. Flash - All things flash (I shoot live on the big screen and create the perfect flash exposure) Dynamic Range and HDR - Learn the limits of your DSLR Extreme Conditions - Shooting in bright sunlight or low light And anything else that you have had problems with since Part I