Using your Nikon - Shifting to Manual with Ben Halcomb | Online Workshop

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Using your Nikon - The shift from Auto to Manual | Ben Halcomb

This 1-hour Zoom workshop will include a practical session on how to set up your own camera at home and feature some of Ben’s tips and tricks for shooting in manual. Ben will also touch on Auto Focus settings in video and stills and share some handy hints on rear display and Live View to ensure you are getting the most out of your Nikon camera.

To attend this workshop, we recommend that you have a basic understanding of the principals of photography. You will also need to own a Nikon DSLR or Nikon Mirrorless camera and have this with you for the duration of the workshop, so you can follow along with Ben’s tips and tricks.

This online workshop is part of Nikon Australia’s How -To series. These workshops will deep dive into photography techniques. Learn new skills and walk away equipped with knowledge that you can practice in the field.

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Image by Ben Halcomb.

"Thanks, Nikon, for organising online courses during this time so all photographers can keep motivated. Ben was a great teacher with lots of knowledge and years of experience". - Prevous Nikon School student

This workshop covers

  • Easy Manual Controls
  • AF settings video and stills
  • Covering DSLR’s and Nikon Z series
  • Display set up
  • Shooting and Focusing in Live View

What To Bring

  • A digital SLR camera or Nikon Z series
  • Fully charged camera Battery
  • Memory cards
  • Lens attached
  • Computer with internet connection
  • Headphones (optional)
  • Questions

Course Inclusions

  • Exclusive online training.
  • Tutorial by professional photographer and Nikon School Lecturer Ben Halcomb from 7Chairs

Recommended for: Beginner or Intermediate Photographers

Please note, this session will be held via Zoom Video Conference. A Nikon School representative will be in touch to provide you with the link and access code to join the session.

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Image by Ben Halcomb