New Beginners Photography Class
On June, 27th, I had a Photography Class in Exposure and another photography class in composition as outdoor field trips. It was a cloudy and rainy day. However, we managed to have lots of fun during these photography classes.
The first workshop was about the Exposure, the most essential rule in photography. The class started at 8 AM, and in just two hours participants learned how to shoot in manual exposure using the cameras built-in light meter. My photography classes are all about hands-on, practical exercises and easy to understand skills. All the participants enjoyed the workshop. Here is what one of the students, Shandi Adams wrote to me after the class:
I really enjoyed it, I would love the take the shadows class but that’s a little too expensive for me in these times right now, I will watch for it again, I will also watch for the portrait class as well
I liked this short and sweet class and the price was right 🙂 great instructor makes sure you understand
Afternoon Photography Class
The second photography class was about the basic Composition Rules in Photography and was held in the afternoon. There are many composition rules in visual arts, especially in photography. However, there are a bunch of rules which are very popular. The first reason behind their popularity is the ease of learning and use. Therefore, I focused on these rules to show the power of a well-composed image.
The afternoon session started in the rain. However, the weather changed and the mother nature cooperated, and we ended the class in relatively decent weather.
Kim Jackson posted her experience with my classes on Facebook :
And finally, Donna Rob took these photos on both photography classes:
Efficient Photography Classes
Omnilargess Photography Bootcamp is a Seven-week program for beginners. I discuss the exposure, composition, camera settings and many more techniques in this seven-week workshop. The next Bootcamp starts August, 8th. Small class sizes and lots of hands-on make the Bootcamp a perfect photography class.
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Ted and the Omnilargess Team