In your Sony camera there are many functions and features beyond the automatic shooting modes that you may not be aware of. We'll also go over how the menu is arranged and how to navigate the different options. You made the good investment in purchasing one of these fine cameras so why not learn about all the punch that is packed into your Sony? In this class we will be focusing on the basic functions as well as all of the fun creative modes, wifi use, shooting techniques, and video features. So come join us. Learn about all the great things your camera has to offer to enrich your photographic experience. Please note, we will not have screen shots from all of these cameras in the class hand out. The hand out is meant to be generic in terms of all the Sony cameras and help you navigate your camera menu.
This class is targeted for beginning or intermediate level photographers with Sony Cameras. It is recommended that student's take Mastering Manual Mode and or Basic digital before taking the Sony Alpha Camera class.
- Basic Camera Functions
- Camera Control and Menu Navigation
- Auto Focusing Features and Modes
- Basic White Balancing
- Metering Modes and Their Differences
- Extensive Creative and Artistic Shooting Modes
- Low Light Shooting Modes Exclusive To Sony
- Diverse Panoramic Shooting Feature
- High Dynamic Range (HDR) Shooting Feature
- Photo Resolution and File Types
- Video Resolution and File Types
- Memory Card Types and Qualities
- Any accessories you would like to go over
- Memory cards
- Charged battery
- Note taking supplies
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