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Fujifilm Mirrorless Hands-On Training Class
Fujifilm Mirrorless Hands-On Training Class

Fujifilm Mirrorless Hands-On Training Class

By: Looking Glass

FUJIX_JAN28

$49.00
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Product Description

Date & Time:

This 2-3 hour class, led by Fujifilm’s Michael Bulbenko, runs on Sunday, January 28th and starts at 10:30am.

Class Details:

A well-paced session that will take you through the Fujifilm X series and GFX ​cameras and lens system​s​ from top to bottom. Bring your own Fujifilm equipment if you have it and find out how to make the most of your investment. Course will tackle not only the quick and easy shortcuts to optimizing your image capture, but will go deep into hidden menu items and special operations that the pros like most. Best choices of lenses will be covered, as well how to get best results from flash both on-camera and in studio. Also covered will be tips on bettering your artistic vision.

Prerequisites for Class:
  • A desire to learn more about your Fujifilm X-Series or GFX series camera and functions
  • A desire to improve your basic photography skills

What to Bring to Class (optional):
  • Notepad and Pen/Pencil is always helpful
  • Your fully charged Fujifilm camera so that you can follow along.


Cancellation Policy:

All workshops and classes at Looking Glass have a 72-hour (3-day) cancellation policy. If you let us know three or more days in advance of the class date that you can’t make it, a full refund of the class price will be provided. Otherwise, missed attendance of a class will not be refunded or credited. As an example: if a class runs on a Saturday, we would need to receive your cancellation notice before we close that preceding Wednesday (6:30pm) for a refund to be applicable.


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