DSLR Introductory Photography Class
Tuesday, December 10, 6:30-9:00 PM
$20.00/person. Advance registration required.
Usually a two session, 5 hour program, this is a condensed version for the busy person on the go. The most important concepts of our DSLR class are presented in this two hour session. Much of the time will be spent on describing the basic differences between lens types, what aperture, shutter speed and ISO mean and a brief overview of flash usage. This is the ideal class for someone with limited time, but having a desire to more fully understand photo concepts. It’s an excellent jump-start into the world of DSLR photography and more creative use of your equipment.
Bring your own camera and lens. The class is taught by Troy Freund, professional photographer and adult education instructor. Seating is limited and advance registration is required. Call 262-782-4303 for reservations. The class will be held at Mike Crivello’s Camera Center, 18110 W. Bluemound Rd., Brookfield.
Canon Day Classes
Classes are free, advanced registration is advised.
Saturday, December 7
Learn how to “use” your Canon camera, not just “operate” it,
to get great looking pictures and video.
Canon 70D DSLR
Saturday Dec. 7, 10:00—11:30 AM
John Stoilov will demonstrate the new Canon 70D and show you it’s amazing capabilities. Get the most out of the 70D and other Canon DSLR’s with a live demo/walkthrough. John will also demonstrate the use of the Canon software and how it will enhance your photo experience.
Saturday Dec. 7, 1:00-2:30 PM
John Stoilov, Canon trainer, will discuss the use of Canon’s flashes with their DSLR’s. Topics include why you should use a flash, when you should use it and how to get the most out of the flash. He will also touch on the use of various light modifiers and flash accessories.
Register in– store or call:
Mike Crivello’s Camera Center
18110 W. Bluemound Road