Move to Manual

  1. […] think they should be. My life is documented and messy. That’s who I am. I want to get back to teaching and mentoring aspiring documentarians the way that I used […]

  2. Kelly-Marie says:

    I’m so glad I have found you as I am trying to switch to manual mode after so many attempts at it, this time I am going to make myself use it from now on. Wish me luck 😉

  3. DeAnna says:

    I found this blog about a month ago and haven’t had the time to sit down and read through it all but I am bound and determine to do it this weekend LOL I hope it isn’t too late to join these challenges and any adivce/suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!

  4. Lia says:

    I have just purchased my first DSLR camera and would love to do your lessons .. Your site was reccomended by a lady on Clickin Mom’s . Cheers Lia

  5. […] incredibly talented friend Courtney Kirkland on a new series called Move to Manual. Courtney wrote an introduction to the series and the first post about composition. This week I’m going to be discussing one of the most […]

  6. […] Courtney’s teaching FREE photography classes! […]

  7. JSS says:

    I’m excited for your shooting in manual series! I’ve been tinkering around with my Canon Rebel t1i for a couple years, and have gotten seriously addicted to photography within the past several months. My husband got me some great new lenses for Christmas, so I’m all ears when it comes to learning how to better use all this great equipment!

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Courtney Kirkland is a Southeast Alabama Writer & Designer. Since 2008, Courtney has passionately provided beautiful, intentional design to small businesses & bloggers and encouraged thousands to walk in a rich faith in any situation.