Apart from being used as weapons by parents to get potential love interests to flee from your abode; there is no real use for a bad photo. Expel disagreeable pictures and embark on a love-love relationship with your camera with today’s deal: a three-week digital photography course from Funki Fotos for R1500.
Training index fingers, eyes, imaginations and objects-in-question to work in unison much like synchronised swimming teams, Funki Fotos accommodates everyone from the I-got this-as-a-birthday-gift novices to the I’ve-been-doing-this-for-years pros. Gaining insights as well as tips and tricks from a professional photographer, the three-week photography course is probably more effective than setting up a date with tiresome and boring instruction manuals.
Choose to redeem your three-week course on either Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Saturdays. Delving into the ins and outs of digital SLR cameras, Funki Fotos’ instructors will turn students into expert photo fundis. Taking a practical approach to the lesson plan, the course focuses on driving you to a level where you’re more skilled than a red-nosed reindeer, and far superior with regard to photography skills. In the small classes, fun and constructive exercises are administered weekly, focusing on a variety of the basics as well as some best kept secrets that could kick off your portrait photography career. Also covered are some basic Photoshop skills that will surely aid with not so pretty Holiday photos.
Red-eye done away with, blurry smears pushed out into the immediate atmosphere and trees growing out of heads a thing of the past, cameras will go from worst enemy to snap-happy sidekick, while new best friends like the awesome-every-time photo emerges.
Photo Fact: The famous photo entitled “The Magic Muffin” was the first photo to have been photobombed. The photo exhibited a peculiarly-shaped rabbit hole with a rabbit that apparently popped his head out at exactly the right moment.