Learn how to use your camera in Beginners Photography Class
In digital photography (unlike film, especially negative film) photographers need to be very careful about setting the exposure properly. A digital camera can not accurately measure the exposure in AUTO mode. Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO are the most important parts of the exposure, and a photographer needs to know how to set the exposure for taking better images. In Beginners Photography Class Exposure Edition, we cover how to control the exposure, using different metering modes, and create outstanding pictures.
Are you ready for Fall Colour Photography?
Autumn is a very beautiful time of year especially in British Columbia and the Lower Mainland area has wonderful possibilities for photographs showcasing the Fall colours. It’s hard to predict when the Fall Colour is going to start, but even if the trees haven’t changed yet, the Autumn Equinox, officially September 23rd this year, signalled the beginning of autumn and offered a multitude of photographic opportunities. The air is getting cooler and the hues and tones of summer are preparing for the shift to an autumn palette.
What is covered in Beginners Photography Class?
Fall colour photography needs special skills, as the shadows are more directional and light changes quickly, so you need to know how to set your camera properly. One of the biggest challenges in Fall colour photography is finding the right point of view and understanding how shadows and lights can change the depth in pictures. Beginners Photography class covers important topics such as Exposure, Metering the Light, Setting the camera to achieve the most possible clarity and sharpness in each and every photos.
Beginners Photography Class is on Saturday September 23rd
The timing is perfect! Come to beginners photography class on September 23rd and learn important skills for creative photography, and get ready for amazing Fall Colours.
Beginners Photography Class is a full day digital photography workshop. Part one is classroom session from 10am to 12pm. In this two hour class you learn the techniques of controlling the camera settings. Part two is all hands on and is outdoors. You have the opportunity to try the new techniques and your instructor is there to assist you achieving your envisioned images.