Nikon D800: Successfully Using Your Camera (Austin, TX)
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The Nikon D800 is a marvel of technology. In terms of handling and image quality, it is unsurpassed. Housed in this professional-level camera body is a sensor with astounding resolution that can take your images to a new level. But the D800 is so much more than just a fancy, high-resolution imaging sensor.
Spend this in-depth, two-day seminar getting to know the many features of your Nikon D800. Michael discusses the camera in detail on both days and we head out to photograph at sunset on Saturday evening.
Among the topics Michael covers are getting the sharpest images possible, lens selection, camera handling, autofocus options and techniques, metering modes, the D800’s custom functions, working with camera flashes and strobes, and capturing video footage with the D800. We explore not only the camera itself but also how it interfaces with Nikon Speedlights, so bring a Speedlight or two if you have them.
Our classroom time includes a technical critique on Sunday morning of your images from the evening shoot, and a demonstration on working up a D800 raw image file in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. In addition, Michael gives each participant a copy of his digital workflow e-book, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom: A Professional Photographer’s Workflow. You leave with an excellent understanding of your D800’s capabilities, knowing how to set it up in almost any scenario, and how to get the best image quality possible from this stellar camera.
Note: This seminar will be held at St. Edward's University, 3001 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704.
$645, includes seminar and 2 lunches; $445 for full-time students*. Travel and accommodations are not included.
*students please call to register instead of registering online
Michael Clark: Michael Clark is an internationally published outdoor adventure sports photographer. His intense, raw images of athletes push...
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