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This in depth ‘Camera Basics’ course concentrates on foundational and fundamental principles of DSLR photography.  Topics covered will include:  Exposure (working in manual and aperture priority modes), understanding the importance of your histogram, creative control with depth of field, focus modes and focal cursor selections, composition, lighting, ISO, raw vs. jpg., filters and much more.  At the end of this workshop you’ll feel enlightened and re-energized to head out and progress your skills. Basically this will allow you to be the master of your camera and not a slave to auto modes!Icelandic horses, Iceland, EuropeA Secwepemc First Nations elder poses for a commercial portrait for a government website on a beautiful winter's day, near Kamloops, British Columbia, Thompson Okanagan region, Canada

Class dates will be floating.  Minimum of 4 required with a maximum of 8.  Duration will be approx. 4 hours and take place at TRU.  Cost is $115, taxes included.  Discount for group bookings of 4 or more.

If you’d like to be able to understand your camera and its functions, and take the frustration out of photography this will be a great introduction for you.

To view my portfolios on the website, go here.

Cheers, hope to help you soon!


From very early on, Kamloops-based photographer Kelly Funk has utilized the environment - both natural and urban - to accentuate the strengths of his professional photographic career, forming a unique, fresh perspective and high-end product.

One Comment

  • Jodi McNair says:

    Hi Kelly. My name is Jodi McNair. My mom Donna Wilson and I are interested. I work shift work (RN) so it will depend on what dates you make available as to whether I can attend or not. So it’s just one class of 4 hours for $105? My email is:
    Thanx! Jodi