A 3-session hands on workshop for beginning to early intermediate photographers.
Session 1 - Setting Up Your Camera - File size, Color space, Aspect ratio, Focus mode, Drive mode etc. What do all of these things mean? Why are they important? What should I set them to and how do I do it?
Session 2 - Taking a Picture - Getting the right exposure, especially in difficult lighting and action situations. What is iso, f-stop, shutter speed, white balance? How do they affect the picture? What are A,P,S,M "scenes" and how do I use them? When is it good to use flash, even in the daylight?
Session 3 - "Making" good pictures - How do you "compose" a picture so that it is interesting. Pre-visualization, effective composition, demonstration of photo editing software (Adobe Lightroom).
Instructor: Sheldon Wecker
Experience Level: Beginner to early Intermediate
Equipment: Bring your camera and camera manual
This workshop will be available for registration January 1, 2019