Are you only using $100 worth of the features of your $700 camera? If yes, then this safari is for you! Learn to get the most out of your camera on this safari via Zoom!
Sony Menus Made Simple
Learn how to navigate the Sony Camera menu system on Zoom
Did you get a Sony camera over the holidays? Or have you owned one for longer and found it difficult to navigate the menus? Angela Maloney has been using Sony cameras since she first got serious about photography. Join her for this guided trip through the Sony menu system. In 90 minutes, she will introduce you to how the Sony menu system is organized, help you find some of the most used options, and show you how she customizes her own own full frame Sony cameras.
To allow the opportunity for screen sharing, this class will be conducted virtually via Zoom. The class will be conducted live and students will have the opportunity to ask questions. By the end, students will have a basic understanding of Sony’s menu system and the necessary confidence to begin using the many possibilities and customizations Sony offers in their own photography.
- Sony Mirrorless Camera
- Notebook and writing utensils for note taking, if desired.
In front of your computer, on Zoom, from the comfort of your home!
Angela Maloney is a art-oriented photographer. In her first career, she was an attorney. In her second, she was a Foreign Service Officer at the US Department of State until an injury suffered serving overseas resulted in her medical retirement. Photography is her third act. Her work has been published multiple times in the United States and Europe. In addition, she has been the subject of interviews and articles. She speaks English fluently and—at least according to the State Department—speaks Spanish at a professional level as well. She is passionate about photography, viewing it as an opportunity for self-expression. Her mantra is to take photos “about” things instead of taking photos “of” things.
She has served as the North America Ambassador coordinator for Nature First, a global nonprofit that promotes responsible practices in nature photography. She remains a Nature First member as well as a member of the Professional Photographers of America, American Photographic Artists, and the North American Nature Photography Association. She is a past member of the Fredericksburg Street Photography Collective. She is a cofounder of the soon-to-be-opened Responsible Photography Collective. Photography is her third act, having previously practiced law and served as a State Department Foreign Service Officer until injuries forced her medical retirement. She speaks English fluently and—at least according to the State Department—speaks Spanish at a professional level as well.