Outdoor Photography Workshop
Images from Bootcamp Field trip on March 9
We are getting close to Spring and with the wonderful changes in the weather and landscapes, you may want to consider doing some outdoor photography. Landscape and outdoor photography techniques are very simple and a good working knowledge of metering modes and selective focusing can have a big impact on your photos. Additionally, the rules of good composition often work very well but there will also be times when you want to break the rules!
As part of our Digital Camera Bootcamp, we had our field trip on Sunday March 10. The weather was very nice, mainly a light overcast which allowed opportunity to play around with different camera settings. We had a chance to take photos with long depth of field, shallow depth of field, fast shutter speed, slow shutter speed, and we played with custom White Balance as well. Towards the end of the day I asked everyone to switch to Manual mode in their cameras and start to control shutter speed and aperture. The feedback from students was they enjoyed the Manual setting over Aperture or Shutter Priority!
We have scheduled our next Summer Digital Camera Bootcamp for May 7. Check it out and register today to book your ticket.
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It was a wonderful day and I will post some more images from the students as I receive them.
Ted and the Omnilargess Team[SINGLEEVENT single_event_id=”outdoor-photography-techniques-2-52c711d81923d”]