test course april 10

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Welcome to the third week of the 12 Week Startup course! This week Sue will ask her students to truly get to know their camera basics through a series of four challenges. These challenges are designed specifically for indoor and outdoor portraits. Students will work with aperture ranges for single-subject and multi-subject portraits, pushing their ISO, hand-holding duration, and overriding their light meters. It is essential that you take the time to get to know your camera. This camera basics course will get you on the right track to mastering your craft and creating the successful business you are working so hard for.

Once you’ve finished this week, we recommend checking out our blog post, 5 Easy Tips for Sharper Images by John Greengo. You can also check out his amazing in-depth camera course, Camera 101  available on The Portrait Masters.

Over the next 10 weeks, Sue will continue giving you the tools you need to create a business and thrive. Whether you are new to being a portrait photographer and need advice from the ground up, or if you are an experienced portrait photographer who wants to take their business to the next level, this course is going to help your business grow.

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