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I’m a beginner and the course / workshop that interests me is not accessible to beginners. What do I do ?

To create groups of similar skill sets and to guarantee our trainees quality learning, we must respect the concept of levels. If you are a beginner, we invite you to discover our courses that will allow you access to the intermediate level. By completing our sequential lessons, you will gain comfort in your practical skills and will be able to proceed to the more demanding intermediate courses.

Our definition of a beginner is :

You just bought your camera (whichever model) and you’ve never practiced photography seriously

You have used your camera in automatic mode and your first results did not live up to your expectations.

Our definition of intermediate is :

You’ve had a camera for a while and know its settings but many questions still remain. Through a course or a workshop you want to discover new practices, change your habits and expand your creative potential. We expect you to understand the basic concepts of depth of field, composition, speed, ISO, etc.

Our definition of advanced is:

You’re no longer limited by the technical elements and you’ve got your own style. However, you want to keep pushing your limits, practice and exchange with peers of a similar level through trips, workshops on new subjects, and/or meet well-known photographers.

NOTE: It's not mandatory to attend to our beginner courses if you are capable to shoot in manual mode and already learned the basics.

Updated on: 14/07/2023

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