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Fujifilm X-T20 Fast Start

with John Greengo

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About The Class

Learn how to use your new camera and start taking pictures today

We know what it’s like to dive right into taking pictures with your new camera. But trying to understand the manual can be a frustrating experience. Get the most out of your new mirrorless Fuji X-T20 with this complete step-by-step walk-through of the camera’s features.

Join expert photographer John Greengo for a fast-track introduction, and unlock your camera’s full potential. In this Fast Start class, you’ll learn:

  • How to use the exposure control system
  • How to understand and use the 325-point autofocus system for great photos
  • How to shoot great 4K video with full sensor coverage

John is a CreativeLive veteran instructor and an experienced photographer. He has extensive experience teaching the technical minutiae that makes any camera an effective tool: aperture, ISO, the Rule of Thirds, and the kinds of lenses you’ll need to suit your camera body. This Fast Start includes a complete breakdown of your camera’s exposure, focus, metering, video and more. John will also explain how to customize the Fuji X-T20 settings to work for your style of photography.

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Lesson Plan

  1. 01

    Class Introduction

    05:13
  2. 02

    Basic Camera Controls

    03:14
  3. 03

    Exposure Controls

    19:53
  4. 04

    Drive Dial

    18:53
  5. 05

    Top & Back of Camera

    04:10
  6. 06

    Viewfinder Display

    07:34
  7. 07

    Playback Menu

    04:47
  8. 08

    Back Of Camera Buttons

    06:31
  9. 09

    Quick Menu

    21:40
  10. 10

    Selector & Function Buttons

    03:26
  11. 11

    Left Side & Bottom Of Camera

    05:44
  12. 12

    Lenses & Front Of Camera

    05:34
  13. 13

    Menu Overview & Image Quality Menu

    10:04
  14. 14

    Autofocus & Manual Focus Menu

    13:17
  15. 15

    Shooting Settings Menu

    14:56
  16. 16

    Flash Settings Menu

    05:39
  17. 17

    Movie Settings Menu

    03:33
  18. 18

    Set Up Menu

    14:38
  19. 19

    My Menu & Play Back Menu

    03:17
  20. 20

    Camera Operations

    08:47

Meet Your Expert

John Greengo

John Greengo is an award-winning photographer specializing in outdoor and travel photography. Shooting for over 3 decades, John has developed an unrivaled understanding of the industry, tools, techniques and art of photography. When he's not traveling for a new shoot, ... read more

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  • Paul Reid

    April 2018

    Excellent classes. Well structured. Easy to follow. Great explanations and practical tips. I've learned so much about my Fuji X-T20 since watching!

  • Eddie Maleterre

    October 2017

    I use my X-t20 in full automatic mode since last February. I am really beginner in photo and the instructions booklet delivered with the camera is really boring. I am French and despite my bad English. I understand all these lessons. Today I use my X-T20 at 60% of these capacities and soon more... thanks to you, John Greengo to be that clear ;-) Just because of those lessons I don't regret y choice to had buy that Fuji X-T20

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