Do you know how to shoot on manual?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So! You got a Big Kahuna DSLR camera for Christmas and need some help.

Or…you’ve had one for years and still don’t know how to use the darn thing.

I’ve got the perfect class for you!

It might actually be my last one for awhile, so if you plan on taking it,

this

is

the

time.

I guarantee that in two days you will learn what you need to know to use your camera effectively to take better pictures. Read some testimonies here.

 

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Elida Field and I are planning our February Ignite the Heart retreat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking like it will be February 21st-23rd. This might also be one of the last of its kind for awhile…this experience could literally change your life. Email me for more info, if you’re interested. Folks flying in will need extra info—we will take care of you!

Happy week back at it, Lovelies~

OX.

 

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2 Responses to Do you know how to shoot on manual?

  1. Rache says:

    oh, how I wish I could come and join this class. I’ve had my DSLR for 2 years now and I still don’t shoot manual. I’ve been planning to start practicing but somehow haven’t started yet. Hopefully, this year.

  2. Beth says:

    IMhumbleO, it would be awesome if you wrote a book or created a video for those of us who live too impossibly far away to make it to your workshop. I have a beautiful Canon T3i. I do shoot on manual and get some great photos, but I’m sure I’m not using a 10th of this camera’s capabilities. And manuals might as well be written in Latin for all I’m able to follow them! I would be so happy to have a source of instruction that was thorough, but written for the technologically challenged.

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