Mastering your camera

(yes, it's possible)

 

All cameras, whether they are compact, mirrorless, reflex or film-based, work fundamentally the same way since the very first photo, taken in 1827 by Nicéphore Niépce.

So why are we drowned in endless commands, menus, functions and symbols?

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Modern cameras are so complex that you must not only read hundreds of user guide pages, but also practice on a regular basis simply to memorize the main functions! We're a long way from any ease in shooting.

At the heart of their dense technology, our complex modern cameras remain mere light catching boxes. FICTIS proposes a hierarchical prioritization of the functions to achieve the necessary simplification required for pleasurable shooting; to perceive your device as a simple light chamber containing a sensitive surface.

Our private coachings are an efficient way to be guided through your camera to find the essence of the photographic language.