Posts Tagged ‘Introduction’

Potential


Technically Excellent Failures


Missed The Picture? Don’t Worry About it.


Your Prescription For Better Photography

If I were to give you a prescription to improve your photography, and for you to improve as a photographer, here’s what it would be: To make better pictures and to be a better photographer take at least one picture a day in fully manual exposure mode. Take the recommended dose  at varying times of the day, […]


Technical Mastery Is…

…not enough. While you can fill your photograph with technical mastery and dazzle your audience with your technical skills, without your heart and personal vision your photograph will always be empty. Remember, technique  serves creativity. You need both. Introduction To Photography  Intermediate Photography


Do You Want To Learn To Be a Better Photographer?


What’s The Difference Between Photography Classes, Courses And Lessons ?


The “M” On Your Camera Mode Dial


A Photographer’s Raw Material


Your Camera Owners Manual: The Lite Version Versus The Full Version

Many of the printed manuals manuals that come with todays cameras are an abbreviated version of the full manual.


What Were You Thinking?


Now What?


After Basic Photography – What You Made Versus How You Made It

You’ve got to be vetted to take any classes that are after the basic classes that I offer. The Basics —> https://samdamico.com/sam-damico-photography-classes-registration-area/#!/The-Basics/c/11332112/offset=0&sort=normal After The Basics —> https://samdamico.com/sam-damico-photography-classes-registration-area/#!/After-The-Basics/c/11675443/offset=0&sort=normal The vetting process is important to make sure that everyone in the class is at the same level of understanding. There’s nothing worse, from my perspective as a […]


A Better Way Than Bracketing

Bracketing may be fine for static subjects, but if you are photographing things in flux, you’ve got one chance to get the right exposure.


Introduction To Photography Question And Answer Forum

You can ask questions in the “Leave a Reply” area the at the bottom of this page. Please allow up to 48 hours for the question to be answered by the instructor. Participants, other than the instructor, are encouraged to answer any questions as part of their practice.


Washington DC Photography Classes – Beginners Should Begin Here


Introduction To Photography

Through weekly assignments and critiques you will learn to work your SLR camera, become familiar with the technical aspects of photography and create photographs based on your desired compositional outcomes. Once you begin to make compositional choices with the visual effects in mind, your pictures will begin to move beyond the result of luck and you will begin to compose pictures that more accurately represent your desired outcome.


Learn The Basics Of Photography

Sam D’Amico offers two  classes that will help you to learn the basics of photography and how to use your camera in manual exposure mode. When you have an understanding of the basics of photography and you use your camera in manual exposure mode you use your mind, instead of a machine, to create photographs. […]


Introduction To Photography – Student Comments

Your opinion and candid comments are valued because they help me to make sure the class is as effective as possible.


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