How to Stop Action, Blur Backgrounds & Take Photos in Low Light

Stop Action: Would you like to learn how to set your digital camera to stop action?

Blur Background: Would you like to learn how to blur the background behind your subject like professional photographers do?

Low Light: Would you like to learn the best settings for taking photographs in low light and how to adjust your camera settings for challenging lighting situations?

ISO, Lens Openings & Shutter Speed: Would you like to learn what ISO, Lens Openings and Shutter Speeds are, how they work and how they work together?

Go Beyond Auto: Would you like to learn how to go beyond Auto setting and use the Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority and Manual shooting modes?

Easy to Understand: Would you like to learn all of this in a way that is easy to understand and use?

Secrets of Exposure: In our photography workshop you will learn the secrets of exposure in a new way that is easy to understand.

Auto Doesn't Always Work

Taking photos in the Auto shooting mode does not always get you the results that you want. Sometimes you get photographs that are too light or too dark.

Photographing action in the Auto shooting mode you can get blurry photographs which can be frustrating.

In the Auto shooting mode you can’t control how blurred your background is.

In low light you can get dark or blurred images.

Sometimes you want to take a photo using natural light the flash will pop up in the Auto shooting mode.

You have no control in the Auto shooting mode and can miss great photos because of it.

No Math and It Works!

To go beyond Auto you must learn how to set your shutter speeds, lens openings and ISO settings on your digital camera.

The standard way of teaching exposure and how to use your digital camera’s more advanced shooting modes can be confusing.

It often involves learning how to do different mathematical equations for different shooting situations. You spend most of your time calculating the camera settings and can miss some great shots.

There is no math and it works.

A New Way to Teach Exposure

As a professional photographer I learned exposure back in the days of film where you set your lens opening with a ring on the lens, your shutter speed with a dial on top of the camera and your ISO was chosen by the film you used.

I have come up with a new way to teach exposure that is quick and easy to learn.

This new way of teaching exposure combines an old technique used with film cameras together with new advantages of a digital camera that makes exposure amazingly easy to understand and use.

Stop Action, Blur Backgrounds & Low Light

Stop Action

You will learn how to stop action in the first 20 minutes of this workshop.

Different types of action require different shutter speeds. We show you how to discover the shutter speed you need to stop action in any situation in less than 30 seconds.

After you get the shutter speed, you need to stop the action so you can spend your time concentrating on your subject in front of the camera and capturing that perfect moment.

Once you learn what shutter speed you need for a specific sport or situation you can simply use that same setting the next time you photograph it.

We also show you how to avoid blurry images from camera motion when hand holding your camera.

Blur Backgrounds
  In this workshop we also show you how to change your lens opening settings to help blur the background behind your subject. We also show you how to make the background sharper if that is what you want.

We show you how to find the setting that gives you the blur or sharpness you like the best in less than 30 seconds.

Low Light
  We also show you what settings work best when taking photographs in low light.

Light Metering
  You will learn about your digital camera’s light metering choices and how they work in different situations.

We also show you the different types of lighting and subjects that can fool your digital cameras light meter and different ways to adjust the digital camera settings to get a good exposure.

ISO, Shutter Speeds and Lens Openings

We also take an in depth look at ISO, Lens Opening and Shutter Speed settings, what they are, what they do and how they work together.

ISO: What is ISO, how does it work and how should you set it to take photographs in different situations.

Lens Openings: What are lens openings, how does changing them affect the exposure, what is depth of focus and why does your background get more blurred or sharper when you use a larger or smaller lens opening.

Shutter Speeds: What are shutter speeds, how do they affect exposure and how does where you set them change how well you can stop action.

We show you all of these visually using unique ways of explaining them that makes them easy to understand.

You get learning assignments throughout the workshop to help you understand each concept by doing it yourself.

Take at Your Convenience

You can take this workshop at your convenience.
For parents is might be when the kids are sleeping.
You can view it at home, in a coffee shop, on a plane, or any where you want.

Some workshops you must be connected to the internet to view

Any Time, Any Where: You actually get to download this workshop so it is on your computer, tablet or cell phone and you can view it at any time.​

Learning Process: Learn, Practice, Review

Same Information, Review as much as you need to

I created this workshop to help people who can’t attend my workshops in person.

When you download this workshop you get the same information, it costs a lot less and you can take this workshop today. When you download this workshop you get the same information, it costs a lot less and you can take this workshop today.

80/20: Taking a workshop in person is good but studies show people forget 80 % of what they learn in any workshop within 2 weeks.

If you do take a photography workshop in person, taking this workshop first will make you one of the smartest people in the class. Knowing the fundamentals of exposure will help you in any photography workshop you attend.

In teaching, they say a student must go over the same material at least 8 times to understand it. Having this workshop on your computer lets you go over the material as many times as you need to.

Take at Your Own Pace

Learn Now, Review for Years to Come

You can also take this workshop at your own pace, learning a section, taking a break and then going on to the next section.

Sometimes when you don’t use something every day you can forget some of it.

Once you download this workshop you can review it for years' to come as a refresher when important events come up even 5 or 10 years from now.

You can use what you learn in this workshop on the camera you have now and cameras you will buy in the future.

Blur Waterfalls, Shoot the Moon and ISO Tripod

This workshop is the fastest way to learn how to stop action , blur backgrounds and take photographs in low light.

Imagine being able to use the shooting modes beyond Auto to take photos in situations where Auto does not work. Being able to stop action and get sharp photos.

Blurring the background behind your subject like professional photographers do. Controlling the camera settings to help you take photos in low light.

We have added 3 bonuses to the end of this workshop.

First how to photograph waterfalls or motion to show blur, second how to photograph the moon, and third how to use an ISO tripod.

Photography Is My Life

Photography is my life. I’ve been a professional photographer since high school. I’m the author of best selling photography books as well as inventor of patented photography equipment.

My fashion photography has been in Vogue and my corporate clients have included IBM, Proctor & Gamble, and Ford. I am also known for my award winning portrait and wedding photography.

I have taught photography to people from United Nations ambassadors to high school students at national journalism conventions. My photography books are used to teach photography around the world from grade school through university level.

I teach photography workshops on Exposure, Creativity, Camera Settings, Photoshop and Lightroom as well as other subjects. Imagine being able to use the shooting modes beyond Auto to take photos in situations where Auto does not work.

Here are some quotes people have made about my skills teaching photography.

Amazing and Convenient

  After months of wrestling with my new DSLR I finally invested some time and money in learning how to use my camera.  I took several classes on a variety of topics, before finding Easy Photo Class.  If I could go back and do it again, this is where I would have started as it would have saved me SO much frustration. 

Jerry is an amazing instructor who can harness complex concepts that take years to learn and distill the information down into simple, manageable, memorable lessons.

  My struggle had been learning how to create the more advanced artistic looks I wanted when photographing my baby and three year old in a variety of lighting that never seamed to be optimal.  His Exposure workshop unlocked exposure settings in my camera that were critical to getting the look I was after. 

With two small kids, getting to a class on a specific night isn’t always easy, logistically or emotionally.  I love the convenience of being able to take his online classes at any time of day or night and tackle the material in smaller chunks so that I could apply it as I learn.  The ability to reference back to the material has proved useful time and again. 

I believe that only a special few people truly master what they do, and Jerry is one of the best!  There are not many shortcuts in life, but his classes are the shortcut to much better photography!

- Cara Albertson

Straightforward and Practical

"Jerry does a great job explaining photo concepts in a easy to understand, straightforward manner. His learning assignments encourage you to experiment and to learn from and understand what makes your photos turn out the way they do.
  After following Jerry's instructions, good pictures are not just happy accidents but a reflection of your artistic instincts and new-found photographic understanding.

Kent Perry

I Learned A lot and It Was Fun

I took the Exposure photography workshop and got so much information and value from it. Jerry really broke it down simply, to explain all the factors that go into creating beautiful images using the ISO, shutter speed, and aperture settings and how they all worked together.

He also showed that there were shortcuts we could follow including AUTO settings so that we aren’t so caught up in the technical portion of photography, and could focus on the true task at hand: Capturing great moments.

I walked away feeling I had great tools and a basic foundation for the settings for my camera, so I could continue to improve with practice. It was very valuable, I learned a lot, and it was fun!

Emily Baughman

Knowledge Makes a Big Difference

Knowledge is your best digital camera accessory.

Buying a new camera, a new lens and other camera accessories is great but knowing how to use them will make the biggest difference in your photography.

I had a person in one of my workshops say that their new digital camera didn’t take any better photos than their old digital camera, so they decided it was time to learn how to use their camera.

This workshop costs less than most camera accessories and can make a bigger difference in your photography. When people buy a piano they also buy piano lessons to learn how to play it and make beautiful music.

When you buy a digital camera it makes sense to take workshops to learn how to use your camera to take beautiful photographs.

Regular Price $129
Introductory Price $69

  This workshop is normally $129 which is a great deal for all the content you get with it and what it will do for your photography.
  Right now we have it at an incredible introductory price of only $69. to help get it out there, get people talking about it and recommending it to their friends.

Easy to Give Photo Workshops as a Gifts

Now this workshop can also be given as a gift. We have a regular and a gift version of each workshop. The regular version is where you buy the workshop and download it yourself.

The gift version is where we send you an e-mail with the download link in it that you can forward to the person you’re giving it to. You can add a personal note to the email when you forward it and all they have to do is click on the download link in the email to download the workshop.

Choose the Date: You can also choose the date that you want to forward the email if it’s for a special date like a birthday, Mothers Day, Fathers Day, graduation, or Christmas. This workshop is a great gift for family and friends who love to take photographs.

It’s also a great gift for people who may need some help understanding their digital camera. If you’re giving someone a digital camera as a gift, giving them photography workshops with the camera will help them enjoy it even more.

This photography workshop is great for people who travel, children, people who are retired , parents photographing their family, people who love nature, photograph sports, basically anything people love to photograph is going to be made better by learning their exposure settings.

Click the button below to order the Stop Action, Blur Backgrounds & Low Light photography workshop for yourself or to give as a gift.

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Someday can be years from now. Get this workshop today and start taking photos with confidence.