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Most people think that by just spending a lot of money on a DSLR camera, it will magically take better photos than their point-and-shoot did. The only problem is the operator is more important than the camera. You can leave your camera on Auto or Program mode and take average photos (and every now and then, a great one), but to truly take consistently great photos, you need to take your camera off program mode! Our workshops teach you how.


This workshop is for beginners and anyone that uses auto modes. Learn how to put everything together to create your photos!

  Aperture           RAW vs. JPEG
  ISO      Exact Focusing
  Shutter Speed      White Balance
  Lenses Balance  Manual Mode

For Canon, Nikon and Sony DSLRs

$59 gets you access for 6 months.

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It was a fun, fantastic workshop. I knew nothing about manual shooting. He explained things in easy to understand analogies and visual examples to support his lessons. His straight forward and practical answers along with his casual style made the group laugh many times through the evening.

I've heard many presentations in my life and this was one of the best. The focus was on the students. The use of technology was superb. The presenter was very knowledgable. His humor was wonderful. The three hours flew by. I'll take another class.

The class was excellent! I learned and understood more in this 3-hour session than I did in a 36-hour class that I took. He took the time to explain, demonstrate, answer questions, and let us do hands on. I would definitely recommend this class.

Okello's workshop was the BEST. I have attended four, Phoenix DSLR workshops over the past five months. Okello could teach someone how to properly teach a DSLR workshop. His handout was awesome. I am glad that he held it at a hotel and used large, screens.

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