Get rid of the overwhelm and become confident taking your natural light portraits
Mastering manual mode is one of the most powerful and strategic ways to get you one step closer to these bright, crisp, and consistent images you have been wanting to get. We will discuss ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed.
We dive into our simple system that works every time when it comes to using manual mode.
We discuss real-life scenarios that you have probably been faced with that have frustrated you AND how to solve them!
We are letting you in on our secrets to getting bright, crisp, and consistent images right out of camera. We show that it is possible for you to do the same!
"I have been able to make the switch from Aperture Priority Mode and Shutter Priority Mode into full Manual Mode! I have my second shoot scheduled this Saturday since learning about manual mode, and I am confident that I can make the necessary adjustments in the moment, and find myself more excited, rather than nervous as heck! "
If you answered yes to any of those question, guess what!? We got you! We have spent hours frustrated with our camera and hours on the Internet trying to find the solution. Guess what? We've learned. We've done the work for you! Let us share our secret to the ways we have learned to really simplify manual mode to get those consistent bright and sharp images! Are you all about SIMPLE and QUICK? You are in the right place.
Join us to finally learn how to shoot in manual mode with complete confidence!
Click the button and reserve your seat now!
The thought of setting your camera right all while posing clients overwhelms you and leaves you wanting to shoot in auto mode.
Ugh! This is me! Please show me how to just finally learn the dang manual mode!
The Internet overwhelms you when you start to try to learn manual mode and what settings are best.
Oh my, you’re so right! I need simple. Give me simple!
You can’t get your photos to look the way you want.
I can...but only every now and then. I need consistent photos. I’m like an emotional rollercoaster when I get back to look at the photos I took from a session.