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Manual Shooting in Field Photography

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Manual Shooting in Field Photography 

Two part workshop for capturing better photos 

Spring is almost here with exciting opportunities to photograph the most amazing scene. Field Photography, especially in Spring, needs specific know-how techniques. Manual Shooting in Field Photography is scheduled for April 2nd  and all camera makes and models are welcome.

This is a five hour workshop in outdoor. You will learn how Manual shooting creates better pictures and how to set your camera for different light conditions, how to use correct metering mode, and the most important things, how to find the location and compose a photo.

Manual Shooting

In Manual Shooting you target the exposure for the main subject

The Manual Shooting in Field Photography is completely hands on. We are going to walk around the field and apply manual shooting techniques in practical ways. It is a full five hour outdoor photography adventure with plenty of time to interact with your instructor and learn specific photography tips.

What is covered in Manual Shooting workshop?

We cover how to set the Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO for correct exposure, we also cover different metering modes, Custom White Balance, and how to check the exposure using Histogram. You will also learn how to use basic Rules of Composition to create more dynamic effects and fabulous pictures.

Manual Shooting

Set the exposure in Manual shooting and start looking for your subject and have peace of mind that the foreground or background won’t change the exposure.

Pre-requisite:

Must have basic knowledge of photography. Feel free to contact us if you have more questions. Check our Upcoming Classes for more Photography workshops.

Date: April 2 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Location: Omnilargess Office 209B-32900 South Fraser Way (Seven Oaks Shopping Centre), Abbotsford, BC

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