Learn the basics of DSLR photography and camera modes, aperture, shutter speed, depth of field, night photos and much more.
For DSLR or similar cameras with manual functions. Learn the basics of photography and camera modes, aperture, shutter speed, depth of field, night photos and more.
Bring your camera manual, ensure batteries are charged and ensure there is space on your memory card.
This course is not suitable for compact cameras. If you have a hybrid, please contact the office for more information. This is an beginners level course targeted at adult learners.
We also have a one-day workshop available called Digital Photography DSLR Cameras Beginners Workshop.
Course - Digital Photography
Tutor - Ian Eng
"The course gave me the fundamentals to start taking professional photos" Clark V March 2015
"Very good course. From knowing absolutely nothing about photography and what functions means, I now have a better understanding. Ian is good at explaining everything". Tracey
"A great introduction to digital photography. Started with the basics, week by week building our knowledge and understanding. Gave us the confidence to play with the camera settings and the homework helped to reinforce this. Ian is very knowledgeable and interesting with a good sense of humour keeping the class fun". Helen C June 2014
"Fantastic introductory course offered by Selwyn Comed. Good, clear and friendly tutor ready to answer all questions and clarifications. I would recommend this course and Ian as tutor to my friend who are interested in taking up photography." Rajnish S 26 March 2014
"Ian has a genuine interest in photography and show us many great ways to take great shots. An excellent resource for beginners and those wanting to learn more." Leon W 26 March 2014
"Great for beginners! Ian's very friendly and is able to explain everything very well in simple language." Tennille 26 March 2014
"Ian very friendly and knowledgeable. Very interactive course for all levels." Georgia F 26 March 2014
"Great tutor, very funny, incredibly knowledgeable and helpful." Emma W 26 March 2014