Do you own a DSLR camera but struggle with how to use it? I offer a camera class for people of every level to teach you how to get off Auto and start shooting in Manual mode. Whether photography is a hobby of yours, or you're looking to take better pictures of your kids, this is a perfect class for every level of photographer. We go over everything, from the best time to take photos to the best place in your house to take photos. We also take photos throughout the class so you can work through everything there with me. I have found that practicing with my camera is absolutely the best way to learn. I offer two hour in home classes in Connecticut as well as personalized sessions via Skype. Email me for more information, I would love to have you be a part of it! Email me at email@example.com to see a class syllabus.
"I came into Kim's class already knowing the basic principles of using a DSLR on manual from an online course video, books and blog posts, but it hadn't fully clicked in my brain. My pictures were never quite right whether I couldn't get them bright or clear enough or it just took me too long to change the settings so I missed whatever moment I wanted to capture. Kim's class was awesome in that I was able to ask her questions directly, hear other people's questions, and take lots of pictures in a variety of settings with advice on which settings she'd start at and why. I left the class with a confidence I didn't have before. Now I'm able to quickly assess what settings to use for my pictures, which makes using my DSLR so much fun! " - Carolyn
I took Kim's "Getting off Auto" class twice, a second time as a "refresher" after getting a new camera. The class was so informative, very relaxed, and I left feeling more comfortable with both my camera and myself. The greatest thing I got out of class, was that my pictures are now clearer, sharper, and I have beautiful images of my family that I love. I recommend this class to anyone. I have officially got off auto, and am never going back. Thank you, Kim." -Kristen