A Full Day Photography Class in Exposure
Our June 23rd Full Day Photography Class is sold out for sometime, and I didn’t have time to schedule another one. Light plays the main rule in photography. Unlike our eyes, cameras can not take constant light for capturing the picture, they need certain amount of light. If the amount of light is too much, your image would be washed out (Over Exposed Photo). And if there is not enough light, you will end up with a dark photo (Under Exposed Image).
Full day Photography Class is all about the exposure, how to set it and how you can be sure that you use the correct Exposure Value (EV) by using camera’s built in light meter.
One day Photography Class Field Photography
Many Rules of Light in Photography
There are two main rules for Light in Photography, the amount of Light (Exposure), and the direction of Light. Both are equally important. Exposure can be controlled by Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO, which will be discussed in details in the Full Day Photography Class. The Direction of Light is mainly considered as composition rule, but to me it is as crucial as exposure to make a perfect picture. I cover the Light Direction in our Photography Bootcamp workshop in details.
Light Direction or Shadow Direction?
Light creates the shadow. As a photographer (or any visual artist), we all understand the importance of shadows. We can use shadows as our Guide Lines, we can use the shadows as a Framing, and also Shadows can be used to create the simple background or foreground.
I took some photos from the same spot (Mill Lake Park) in the morning and in the afternoon, to show how the direction of light can change the look of a scenery. Although exposure is correct in all the images, you notice that these photos look different. That is all because of the Light direction.
Parking Lot in the morning
Parking Lot in the Afternoon
Boardwalk in the Morning
Boardwalk in the Afternoon
Exposure Photography Class
Unleash the power of your digital Camera
Exposure Photography Class – Hands On Exposure
Full Day Photography class is a two part workshop and you learn about your camera settings and controls. Each part is Two hours with theory and hands on.
In this four hour class you will explore the hidden functions of your Digital camera and learn about Exposure Shutter speed, Aperture, ISO, Metering System, and more. This workshop is primarily intended for photographers using digital SLR cameras, but many Manual capable digital compact cameras are also suitable. Each participant is expected to bring a digital camera with a fully charged battery and memory card(s)
Part one Classroom session on Saturday October 20th, 2018 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
In this 2 hour session you will learn the Digital camera’s terminology, Menu, Functionality such as: Shutter Speed, Aperture Value, ISO, Metering Modes, and much more.
Part two Hands on and practical session on Saturday Saturday October 20th, 2018 from 1:00pm to 3:00 pm
This session is fully hands on and you practice with different settings such as , Auto Focusing, Lens Focal Length, Hidden functions, and much more. You will explore the differences in file format and tips on how to make better images using your creativity.
This workshop is developed for beginners and we will cover all the important functions of your camera. Please bring your camera, fully charged battery, and Memory card. We are going to try and test almost all the different settings and scenarios that the average person would encounter when taking photos. After taking this photography class you won’t use the AUTO mode any more and you will see significant improvement in your daily photography.
Full Day Photography Class
Students from previous Beginners Photography said about this workshop
If you and your camera are stuck in ``Auto Mode`` then Omnilargess is for you! The class was so eye-opening, I can't believe I've waited so long to sign up. I learned how to get out of automode and start experimenting with shutterspeed, aperture, metering system, and more! This class is a great boost of confidence for any new photographer. I highly recommend it! And a big personal ``thanks`` to Ted who was an extremely knowledgable, patient, and helpful instructor
Excellent class. I did the beginners class, I knew nothing about my new camera and was nervous. I felt extremely comfortable to ask questions. The instructor, Ted was very helpful and knowledgable. I learnt so much in the one day workshop. I'm looking forward to practicing all the new info I learnt. Beyond my expectations. Looking forward to practicing what I learnt. I was a little nervous as I knew nothing about my camera, but I had nothing to be nervous about as the instructor was extremely helpful.
This class (Beginners Digital Camera workshop) was very useful for those of us who need to understand the basics of how to take the pictures. I was very satisfied