Learn how to use your SLR camera on Manual – Stampede

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Monday July 8, 2013 – Monday July 8, 2013

2225 Macleod Trail South

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Have you ever wanted to take pictures in low light or of fast moving subject matter and it never seems to come out right? Do you ever get overwhelmed by all the technical camera info and you just put your camera on automatic? Did you just buy a new SLR camera and don’t know where to start?

Profesional photographer Vincent T Joachim will teach you his simple process on how to shoot in manual mode! By the end of the class you will never shoot in automatic settings again!


-What shutter speed, ISO and aperture are and how they affect your picture.

-How to fully utilize your camera and control the light.

-Learn about lenses





Your camera must have a manual setting and an SLR camera is highly recommended.

Please bring your camera manual especially on older cameras.

Class Size:



8pm – 9pm in the stampede grounds. Must pay your own admission fee.


This event is rain or shine. Please come prepared. If possible, an indoor location will be used if the weather is severe.


Please meet outside in front of the main entrance of the Talisman Centre.(Please note that during Stampede, parking is NOT free at the Talisman Centre.)

Here is  a map: 


To register, please call Vincent at (403) 399-2471 or email for promotion code before you pay!



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Vincent is a professional artist specializing in photography, multimedia and video. He graduated from SAIT in 1999 with a Journalism Arts Diploma and graduated from AMTC in 2001 with a Multimedia Diploma.

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