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DSLR Photography: Let’s Review and Experiment Further With Shutter Speed (FLEX)

Create cool photos for your portfolio while exploring various photography techniques related to shutter speed. Strengthen your skills while you practice using a tripod and your DSLR or compatible mirrorless camera in manual mode.
Mary Lynne Ashley
131 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 3 learners
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No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
year olds
learners per class
per learner - per week

How does aFlexible Schedulecourse work?

No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat

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Class Experience

Students will build on their existing knowledge of shutter speed and manual photography.
I've been a professional photographer since 2001 and have a wide range of photography experience, including many years photographing babies and children. I've been teaching photography for over ten years to professional photographers, enthusiasts and teens through group workshops, private lessons and online classes. 

I'm recognized as a Master Photographer by the Professional Photographers of America and was also awarded the organization's Photographic Craftsman degree in recognition of my work teaching other professional photographers. 
The class will include photography challenges in which the student will create photos using the specific skills learned in class. They will also complete a worksheet that they will be expected to turn in.
- DSLR camera (a comparable mirrorless camera with full manual controls will also work) - TRIPOD. I recommend having a full-sized tripod available, but you could make a table-top one work in a pinch. (If you don't already have a tripod, this one is available on Amazon for less than $20 and is well rated: - GLOW STICKS for week 2 (I got mine at Dollar Tree for $1 for a set of 8 glow sticks in a variety of colors. Alternatively, you could use buy a package of them on Amazon, but they'll be closer to $10: - MILK for week 3 (dairy or plant-based) - BOX OF SUGAR CUBES or A CONTAINER OF BLUEBERRIES OR RASPBERRIES for week 3 (to drop into the milk for the splash photo)
I'll provide video responses to submitted assignments to share positive and helpful feedback about the student's work.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Your learner will need an assistant to help drop sugar cubes or berries into the milk to complete the assignment for Week 3. Also, just a warning that there could possibly be a small amount of milk splashing on the ground, so you might want to help your child protect the area they'll be working so you don't end up with sour milk in your carpeting!


Mary Lynne Ashley
Lives in the United States
Photography, Creativity & Life Skills
131 total reviews
160 completed classes

About Me

While most of my classes are photography-related, I also offer occasional classes on other topics that I think will benefit the community of students here on Outschool. 

I’ve been a professional photographer since 2001 and... 
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