Nikon Starter Class
Are you feeling overwhelmed trying to navigate your Nikon DSLR? Many beginners get lost in a maze of settings trying to decide how to take photos with these cameras. This class is geared towards learning just the very basics and the usage of Auto and Scene modes so you understand how to successfully make photos the simplest and easiest way. If you have no background in photography or are just trying to grasp Nikon’s controls, this class will help you feel comfortable in just three hours.
Anyone who is new to DSLR photography and Nikon usage in particular. This class is good for cameras that have an Auto setting on the dial (no D3, D4, D4, D5, D500, D700, D800, D810, D850 pro cameras and no Coolpix, please)
- Battery Power/SD card usage
- Lens choice/focal length
- Review/Playback Modes
- Guide Mode
- RAW vs. JPEG
- Auto/Scene Modes
- Live View
- Photo taking tips
This is a slide-based presentation with a tethered demonstration. The class is three hours with a break mid-class. The class size is 10 to 25 students.
What to Bring
A rested mind, A Nikon DSLR camera with a lens, charged battery, and memory card, note-taking supplies and a drink and/or snack for break time. Please have your camera assembled and battery charged prior to the class.
About the instructor
Ian McEnroe holds a Fine Arts degree from The University of Texas where he studied various media including painting and photography. He has been teaching photography at Precision Camera for the last 10 years where his first classes offered were based on the use of film cameras. His main interest in teaching these days is getting students to grasp primary concepts and overcome their fears from the often intimidating design of modern digital cameras. Ian works full time in Precision's sales department and teaches beginner and intermediate-level photography classes and does individual tutoring.
You can cancel a class registration up to two business days before the class begins and receive a full refund except for with some special classes and events such as the Mock Wedding and excursions. See below for more information.
If you register for a class that we hold on a regular basis, and do not show up for the class, you will be rescheduled one time. Once rescheduled, if you do not show up for a class, your payment will be forfeited.
Each class needs a minimum number of students to enroll before the class can “make.” If the minimum enrollment has not been met two business days before the class begins, the class will be cancelled. All students who enrolled in the class will be notified by telephone or email, and may transfer to a different class or be issued a refund (see refund procedure). We encourage all students to enroll as soon as registration begins. Please check your phone and email messages, including your SPAM.
Unless otherwise stated, class refunds are only issued to customers that provide notice to the store that they would like a refund no later than two business days prior to the class. Refunds will not be issued to customers who sign up for a class but fail to attend.
How to Reschedule or Cancel a Class
Please contact the store at 512-467-7676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel a class. Class cancellations or requests to be rescheduled that are sent through other channels, such as Facebook or Meetup.com messages, will not be honored. Please note that class refunds are only issued during business hours, Monday through Friday.
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