For over 11 years, Sony has been the pioneer and innovator in the mirrorless digital imaging world. Sony saw the future of imaging in mirrorless technology in 2010 with the invention of E-Mount—revolutionizing and energizing the industry.
In 2013 Sony created the first full-frame mirrorless camera using that same, incredibly versatile, E-Mount. Since then, Sony has been innovating at such a rapid rate, they have become the #1 full-frame camera system worldwide.
The Alpha a7 camera system is complex and powerful, and Sony Pro Support Representative Amanda Arrick shows you how to get the absolute most out of your camera. Over four online workshop sessions, Amanda helps you fully understand the system and the best techniques to utilize with your camera.
Amanda guides you through the Sony A7 menus and custom configurations possible within the camera. Far beyond what the instruction manual can provide, she helps you customize the camera for your creative expression. Course topics include a review and overview of still photography techniques for achieving optimal exposures, techniques for focusing on a variety of subjects, and choosing the right lens for different situations—to name a few of the subjects covered by Amanda over this two-week workshop.
Please note that the Sony cameras covered by this course are the following nine models: A7, A7M2, A7M3, A7M4, A7R, A7RM2, A7RM3, A7RM4, A7S, and A7SM2.
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This program is designed and intended for current owners of a Sony Alpha 7a series camera or those interested in learning more about this mirrorless camera system. Please note that the Sony cameras covered by this course are the following nine models: A7, A7M2, A7M3, A7M4, A7R, A7RM2, A7RM3, A7RM4, A7S, and A7SM2. A working knowledge of basic camera operations is required.
Amanda Arrick has worked in the photo industry as an educator for 15 years. She began working for Sony in 2012 and has been on the Sony Pro Support Team since its inception in 2017. She enjoys meeting and talking to photographers from all over the world and loves learning about what they do. When she isn’t working she is spending time with her two children.