Call for Audience: Fast Start A7r III with John Greengo
A complete step-by-step walkthrough of the camera’s features and functions. You'll learn why this camera is highly sought after by enthusiasts and professional photographers alike. Join expert photographer John Greengo as he gives you all the information you need to understand the camera's buttons, menus, and functions.

In this Fast Start class John will discuss:
Improved performance at 10fps for shooting action shots
High speed continuous shooting
Improved 5 axis image stabilization
Faster, lower-noise image processing
High quality 4K video
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John Greengo  | Feb 20th, 2018  |  8:00 am - 4:00 pm  |  Seattle                                                                                    
Interested in being a part of our upcoming in-studio audience for Fast Start A7r III with John Greengo on Feb. 20th, 2018?
We are looking for students who currently own or are thinking of purchasing the Sony A7r III.

More information about this class can be found on the course page:
- Seats are limited, please  be sure to include enough detailed information on why you would be the ideal student for this class. Our producers will reach out via the email you provide regarding status of your application.

- All CreativeLive in-studio audience members will be on camera and you'll be responsible for your own travel expenses to PLEASE SELECT THE CORRECT LOCATION [Seattle's South Lake Union Studios (228 Dexter Ave. N, 98109) OR
San Francisco's Potrero Hill Studios (444 De Haro St., 94107) ]

- The submission deadline is [DOW, Month/Day], 2017 at 4:00 PM (Pacific Time).

- What is it like to join us in-studio? Checkout our Student 101 video, and other info at:

- CreativeLive classes are free to attend and include both breakfast and lunch every day of class and gifts every audience member with a free download of this course.
So, are you available to join us at our SEATTLEon Feb. 20th, 2018, from 8:00am - 4:00pm? *
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