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Canon Camera Basics: Getting Started with EOS

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Glazer's Camera

811 Republican Street

Seattle, WA 98109

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Enter the world of the EOS digital SLR and learn about your camera and how to make great pictures. We will help you feel comfortable moving out of the “automatic” mode, so you can become more creative and enhance your photographic expression. You will see many examples of great photography and learn techniques to improve how you use your camera as a creative tool.

During this class you will:

  • Become familiar with the button layout and operation of your EOS camera and understand how they can affect your image.
  • Familiarize yourself with Live View Shooting and learn how it can be used effectively and when to use it
  • Understand what is being shown in the viewfinder and how to interpret that information
  • Learn about the relationship between shutter speed, aperture and ISO.

Please remember to bring your Canon EOS digital SLR to class with a fully charged battery.

This workshop is FREE if you purchased your Canon EOS DSLR camera with Glazer's Camera.

This workshop will be lead by Peter Lee, Canon Camera Product Educator.

Peter has over a decade of experience working with Canon’s printers and imaging products before he joined the camera product educator team in 2013. As a Canon technical representative, he is a passionate teacher and enjoys interacting with everyone from full time professionals to beginners. He enjoys various genres of photography including: architecture, landscape, portraiture, macro and sports.


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To better serve all of our students and instructors, we are unable to provide refunds within 48 hours of a planned workshop or event. If you need to cancel, please do so at least 48 hours prior to the start of the workshop or event.

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