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Camera Craft- Beginner Photography Course

You probably have invested close to two thousand dollars or more on a digital camera because:

a) you have been enjoying your phone-camera photography for awhile now and you felt that with a more sophisticated camera you could do better.

b) someone told you that you had an eye for photography and you should use a ‘real’ camera.

c) you thought more expensive and better camera would take better photo.

The salesperson who sold you the camera or the trainer from free “course” which came with your new camera might have taught you semi-auto or full auto mode is the way to go. Sure, it’s simple and fuss-free, but you are underutilizing what you have paid for and you are missing out a whole lot of fun in photography. If you are using those modes there is basically no different from shooting with your phone-camera, and you might have realized the result is worst than before, simply because you are not operating it the right way, the manual way. What you need is a Beginner Photography Course or Camera 101.

This course is designed to empower you with the ability to use your digital camera with confidence and skilfully. With a blend of technical theory and hands-on practice, you will unlock your camera’s potential. This course is designed for both beginners and for those who have lost touch with their camera when the last dinosaur ruled the world. It’s the shorter version of the Basic Photography Course.

Requirement: DSLR or mirrorless camera with manual mode

Price: $285/3 sessions/ 2 hours per session

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Our training program embraces a three-part format which includes theory, application and review/critique. The 3 sessions are a mixture of both classroom and outdoor for the optimal learning experience.

The entire course focus on the chapter:
1. Mastery of the tool

For more info about the course outline please contact us at contact@sops.sg