Mastering Your Camera: Part 2 August 5th, 2021


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August 5th, 2021

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Just as important as knowing your camera’s manual settings, is learning to work with your “eye” and how you compose your images! In this course, take your photography to the next level by marrying the technical aspects of composition techniques and lens choice No matter what camera you use, learning composition properly will have a major impact on your photography!


Mastering Your Camera – Part 2

  • Date: February 4th, 2021, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
  • Location: McKay Photography Academy Gallery
  • Covered Topics Include:
    • Lens Choice – When and How to Use Various Lenses
      • Such as Wide-Angle, Medium-Range, and Long Telephoto
    • Learn How to “See”
    • Rule of Thirds
    • Leading Lines
    • Repeating Patterns
    • Learn How to “Marry” the Technical and the Emotional and Be Inspired Doing It!


  • How long are the classes? Our Mastering Your Camera Courses are 3 hours long.
  • Can I take multiple classes on the same day? Yes, you can, if you think your brain can handle it. You would be surprised at how much information can be covered in a few hours. With that said, it is very common for students to attend multiple classes on any given day of classes.
  • My Son / Daughter is under 18, can they attend your class without a parent present? Believe it or not, this is a common question for us. We welcome students of all ages. If you have further or more specific questions and concerns regarding this subject, please feel free to contact us, and we would be happy to discuss with the parent or legal guardian.
  • What is the typical class size? Class sizes are now kept as a small group for the maximum learning opportunity.  Each course will allow you the opportunity to ask questions and learn in a small group setting! Typical class size is around ten people.
  • What should I bring to this class?
    • Purchased Voucher/Receipt for Entry
    • Camera (with Manual functions) and Camera Manual
      • NOTE: If you do not yet own a camera, no problem! Many people attend our courses without a camera as they are not sure what they would like to purchase. After our course, you will be much better prepared to purchase a camera that is the right choice for you and your budget!
    • Notepad and Pen
  • Where is the class located?

For more information about what to expect and much more, please see our Class FAQ page here. If you have any additional questions please feel free to Contact Us.

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