45% OFF Our NEW self-paced Camera Basics Online Course

  Due to popular demand, at the start of December we launched our new Online Camera Course for DSLR and Mirrorless Beginners. It has been hugely popular locally and online with hundreds of students signing up.

  For a limited time, we are offering it for 45% OFF for all new students.

You can find the course here.

Stay tuned as we launch more online photography courses in the near future.

This Camera Basics Course is for anyone who is tired of shooting on auto, wants to know what ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture mean, and how to use them.

Loaded with valuable information on the basics of light, gear and shooting, you will finish the course with a much higher understanding of how your camera works, how to use it and how to maintain it. All from the comfort of your own home with a fully online course.

At the end of the course you can print a Certificate of Completion. Feel free to skip around after to reread certain sections of interest even after completing the course. This is a self-guided and self-paced course that you can complete at your own speed.

Included in the Camera Basics Course:

  • How a DSLR Camera works
  • How a Mirrorless Camera works
  • How a Lens works
  • How to read camera/lens specs and abbreviations
  • Aperture, ISO & Shutter Speed
  • Auto ISO
  • What is Noise and how to control it
  • How to use M, Av, Tv and P modes
  • Focus modes and how to use them
  • Full Frame vs Crop Sensor
  • Raw vs Jpeg
  • Single Shot vs Continuous
  • How to buy used gear the smart way
  • Depth of Field, what is it and how to use it
  • And more.....

After purchasing you will use your email and password created at checkout to login on our homepage and view your course, progress and information. This is a self-guided, self-paced course that will be available for 6 months on your account.

Created by Paramount Camera Repair, no one could be more qualified to teach you about cameras, lens and how they work. With over 10,000 DSLR and Mirror-less camera and lens repairs over the years, we have seen it all. And are well known for our honest and straight forward advice that cuts through the mass of online misinformation and hype, based on years of testing, repairing and using almost every DSLR and Mirror-less camera and lens from Nikon, Canon, Sony, Pentax, Mamiya, Fujicon, Phase One, Olympus and more.

Note: This course it makes reference primary to Canon and Nikon DSLR and Mirrorless cameras. Although the terminology and specific button labels differ slightly to Sony and other brands, most if not all of the information is relatable to other brands.

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