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If you’re the lucky recipient of a new camera over the holidays, then our next Mark Wallace: LIVE is for you. On January 19, Mark will teach a beginner’s workshop about shooting with a DSLR camera. As always, this workshop is free to watch during the live broadcast and the rewatch.

This workshop isn’t just a tour of your camera, it’s a solid foundation for any photographer. Understanding exposure, controlling motion and getting everything in focus are the pillars of this workshop.
Course Outline
Understanding Exposure
Over Exposure
Under Exposure
Blurry Images
Out of focus images. Controlling what parts of an image are in focus.
Understanding how your camera controls exposure: The Exposure Triangle
Shutter, Aperture, ISO
The Mode Dial on your camera and how it relates to exposure
Understanding your camera’s built in light meter.
Program Mode: Control your exposure with the a “safety net” to help guide you.
Shutter Priority Mode: Control motion with your shutter.
Aperture Priority Mode: Controlling focus
Focusing tips
Auto focus points
Understanding Depth of Field
As always, this workshop is free to watch during the live broadcast and the rewatch. If you join us live, you can even join the chat room to ask Mark questions to be answered on air. If you’d like to own a copy of this workshop (for watching over and over!) you can purchase it for downloading and viewing on your computer or portable device. During the broadcast and rewatch the download is only $19.95.
We hope to see you on January 19. Happy holidays from the team at Mark Wallace: LIVE!

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