Brilliant Ideas For Brilliant Minds - Shoot Photography Corses
The best way to do this is to look at your own experience and see if there is some part of photography you wan to improve. Are you confident with your new digital camera...or do you want o learn the professional way to operate it? Are you puzzled by the studio light systems that are seen in all the best shots? Have you ever hankered after the excitement of photojournalism...or wedding photography work? Well, SHoot have the answer in the next few months.
There are five good courses on offer right now. You are far better reading about their details on the Shoot Photography website, or through the on-line shop section of our own Camera Electronic website.
Here are a few tasters:
1. If you'd like to start out well in your digital photography, there is no better person to put you right than Simon Cowling. He is the principal at Shoot and has aided countless photographers to understand what is happening with their new cameras. A course with him means that you start getting results straight away.
2. Happy with the way it is going? Like to learn more? Like to find out some of the operational and aesthetic tricks that turn ordinary situations and sights into award-winning images? Dale Neill is the chap for you, and the Shoot course on Advanced DSLR Photography is just perfect. Expect to enjoy yourself greatly.
3. Studio lighting. Wow. Total control of your own images. Anthony Wilson will take you through the basic ideas of lighting and show you how the equipment does it - and how you can see what you want to acheive. Don't be afraid of the dark - you can do something about it. Introduction To Studio Lighting.
4. Want to get shot at? And shoot back? In the safest way? Ask Mohammed Morsi when you attend his course on Photojournalism. It is not all bullets and bayonet mounts, though - Mohammed will be helping you to understand journalist's ethics, human management, and marketing. You'll be shown how to make images that reproduce and sell.
5. Weddings are a vast professional topic and the Ultimate Wedding Photography Course reflects this - it takes 4 days to get all the information and try out the ideas. Bila Bakony will be explaining the aesthetics and mechanics and showing you how to manage time and people for this most challenging career. Look closer at his prospectus on the Shoot website. PS: Don't worry about managing the flower girls - no-one ever has...
The Shoot experience is a good one - I've attended several of the events run under their aegis and have profited by it. Actual money profit, as their instruction in one computer program cut my post-process time by 3/4 and that means more money in hand. These courses don't cost - they pay!