Peter Smiths Photography (Tuition)

What type of camera do you own?, is it a Point and shoot compact, perhaps a Mirrorless, maybe a DSLR, what ever you have Peter will have the knowledge of all the settings your camera uses so you can use it to its full potential.  

Have you bought a camera or a printer and need some Tuition? some of those dials and buttons on your camera, and the printer dialog box can be confusing?

Peter specialises in 1-2-1 tuition, he teaches 7 days a week, and is available, even at weekends if needed,  lessons can be tailored to suit you. 

You may want to discover more about Photoshop, Elements, Lightroom, or another Photo editing program of which there are many.

Peter also offers small groups max 4, at locations in and around Suffolk, he will also be offering Photographic trips to other parts of the UK , also to Spain, where Peter has superb knowledge of the, Murcia, Alicante, Cartagena  areas.     

In order to take a photograph there are a few things your camera will take into account, such as exposure and focus, if used on fully automatic these will adjust automatically, but to be really creative you will need to manually take control of your camera to take the best possible photograph. 

 

Getting to know your camera

  1. Digital Camera Modes Explained
  2. Shutter and Aperture Modes
  3. Introduction of White Balance
  4. Understanding Histograms
  5. Exposure Bracketing
  6. How to Hold Your Digital Camera
  7. How to Lock Your Focus
  8. How to Take Sharp Photos
  9. Using The Built in Flash
  10. Understanding and Using Depth of Field
  11. Understanding Exposure (The Triangle) of ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed
  12. Avoid Sensor Dirt on Your Images
  13. Keeping Your Horizons and Verticals Straight
  14. The Rule of Thirds
  15. Points of Interest  

You may also need help in any of the following topics 

  1. Filters
  2. Tripods
  3. Monopods
  4. Flash
  5. Importing and organizing
  6. Correcting exposure
  7. White balance
  8. Highlights and shadows
  9. Contrast
  10. Colour correction
  11. Sharpening and noise reduction
  12. Matching Print colour with your Monitor
  13. Getting sharp prints
  14. Black and White printing
  15. Resizing your Photos 

 

Exposure Triangle
Exposure Triangle