Do you have no idea what all the buttons and doodads around your camera actually do? When you’re taking photos, is your strategy to put it on auto and hope for the best? You can do better, and you’ll learn how in this intro to digital photography class.
This workshop will show you how to use the exposure controls on your digital camera, how to compose an interesting shot, and other basic necessary knowledge to use your digital camera for optimum results. You’ll learn the components of exposure - shutter speeds, f-stops and ISO and the relationship each has with the other. You’ll also learn how to read and use histograms.
Learn to use your camera in the manual mode like the pros.
Note: Workshop is limited to 25 Students with a minimum of 6. You must have a digital SLR camera that allows you to use manual settings.
What to expect
- Learn the basics of using a digital camera under the guidance of a skilled instructor
- Practice using your camera in manual mode by understanding shutter speed, f-stops, and ISO
- Gain knowledge about the factors that affect exposure and how they effect each other
- Understand composition and learn tricks for making your photos come alive
About this Activity
|Price||$190.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||6.5 hours|
There is a $30 processing fee charged for any cancellations or changes made more than 8 days prior to the experience date. Cancellation or changes made 7 days or less are subject to forfeit the entire amount. In the event that there are not enough registrants for a workshop, the workshop may be canceled or rescheduled.