Class curriculum is listed below and will be a full month (8 hours total), 1 hr on Monday and 1 hr on Thursdays. If you as a student can not attend both classes we will extend your monthly subscription until your month (8 total classes) is fulfilled. I.E. if you can only make it on Thursdays then we will continue having you on Thursday's until you complete a full 8 classes. You are not required to have a DSLR camera although we want to be sure the student attending has a drive for learning photography. Ages 12 and UP eligible to attend our classes, if you are a family of more then one student please be sure to refresh your browser and fill the form out again. This is a pre paid monthly subscription, if you at any point need to cancel please do not hesitate to contact us and lets us know. We will then credit you the amount of classes you have left to use at a later date or we will allow someone else to come in your place until your prepaid classes have been used.


                           MONDAY | THURSDAY -  5:30PM - 6:30PM



  • There are no pre-requisites for this course. This course is all about the basic settings and rules you should know as you start taking photos.

  • DSLR, mirrorless, point and shoot camera users will benefit from this course. Even smartphone photographers might benefit from taking this course, though not all the settings will be available on all cameras.


You want to take better photos?

        If terms like aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and the exposure triangle aren't familiar - then this course is perfect for you. Whether you have a DSLR, mirrorless, bridge, point and shoot, or even just a smartphone, you should learn these main settings and rules that all professional photographers use. Understand how your camera actually works

After taking this course, you'll know:

  • Aperture - Adjusting your f-stop, and what this does creatively to your photo

  • Shutter Speed - How to prevent a common beginner mistake with this setting

  • ISO - Preventing photos with digital noise and grain

  • Exposure - How to use aperture, shutter speed, ISO, lights, and filters to take well-exposed photos

  • Composition - Basic rules to follow... and when to break them

  • White Balance - Make sure your photo's colors look natural

  • Photo Quality & File Types - Best scenarios to use different file types

What Will I Learn?

  • You will learn how to use the manual settings on your camera to properly expose a photo.

  • You will learn basic composition rules that will automatically improve your photography.

  • You will learn what aperture is, and how to use it creatively.

  • You will learn what shutter speed is, and how to prevent common beginner mistakes.

  • You will learn what ISO is, and how to prevent 'noisy' photos.

  • You will learn about the different photo settings and resolutions.

  • You will understand the basic settings and rules that all pro photographers once learned.



Mastering composition in Photography - Compose Cool Photos

  • You will learn what components makes a picture great

  • Why composition in Photography?

  • What makes a picture great?

  • Placement of subject technique

  • Separation of subject technique 

  • Balance

  • Linear perspective 

  • Height perspective 

  • Overlap perspective 

  • Aerial perspective 

  • Fill the frame technique 

  • Pattern technique

  • Leading lines technique

  • Rule of thirds technique

More advanced classes will be brought up as student progresses