Chances are, you love taking pictures. There might be a new baby, your family, big milestones… dream vacations! Don’t forget your hobbies, favorite pets and just being artsy. ;) People ask me all the time how to take good pictures. If you have a DSLR or Point & Shoot with manual capability… my answer will always be “learn to shoot in manual!”
Bella Pop’s online class Shooting in Manual (aka Photo 101) is *the* class to get started taking better pictures. You’ll learn the basics in a fun, easy to understand format and I’ll be there to answer all your questions and give you creative feedback on your shooting practice. I know it can be really frustrating shooting in manual (trust me, I’ve been there!) but I promise once you learn a few basics you’ll be rocking and rolling in no time.
What’s all the buzz about? Here’s just a few of the awesome pictures Bella Pop students are taking and what they have to say about the class…
“As a total beginner I thought shooting in manual would take months to learn but the easy lessons and helpful videos have already brought my photography skills to a new level. I’ll definitely take more of Brandy’s classes!” – Bethany W.
“I had a great time with this Bella Pop class. I was shooting in manual some but the class helped me understand exactly what I was doing (and why.) Very helpful, easy to use lessons and I loved reading everyone’s questions/answers!” – Linzie B.
“This class is just what I needed! Love the videos, written instruction and learning from everyone’s photos in the Facebook group. Plus I can do my assignments on my schedule, which works perfectly for me.” – Leslie M.
“I’ve had my camera for 5 years: I’ve tried reading my manual, online forums, how to’s etc. and just couldn’t understand the info. Now all the technical lingo is perfectly clear and I’m shooting in manual. Can’t wait to take another class!” – Leah M.
“Seriously Brandy, you’re the best. I love the class, the feedback and the encouragement from everyone. I’m relying less on the crutch of automatic and learning a lot about manual!” – MacKenna S.
“After just a few weeks of class, manual is no longer as evil as I thought. The videos are extremely helpful and the weekly assignments help me focus on details. I recommend this course to anyone that wants to learn how to shoot in manual!” – Megan M.