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New Advanced photography Workshops

Developing an advanced photography workshop is not an easy task; it requires the instructor to be up to date on the latest information about new digital cameras and editing softwares. An instructor should also consider how to break down the advanced topics into smaller pieces without sacrificing important elements.

I am very pleased to announce that starting in 2017 we are going to offer a stimulating lineup of new intermediate to advanced photography workshops and editing classes. All of the advanced photography workshops will have ...

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Shooting Manual Outdoor

Shooting Manual Outdoor Workshop

Most pro photographers shoot in manual mode most of the time, but why?

In this article I am going to cover some important benefits of Manual Shooting. If you haven’t tried manual shooting or have tried it and weren’t quite happy with the results, then I have a good news for you. On April 2 from 10:00am to 5:00 pm I am going to have a field trip photography workshop where I will ...

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Auto ISO Tips

Auto ISO, is it useful?

Almost all new DSLRs and mirrorless cameras have the Auto ISO setting. Is it really useful? Let’s talk about it.

You know that you can control exposure by using Shutter speed, Aperture, and ISO. Usually you set the ISO and then select what shooting mode you want to use and then set the shutter speed and/or aperture to achieve the right exposure. When manufacturers introduced the AUTO ISO for the first ...

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Advanced Exposure Techniques

Advanced Exposure Techniques

 

Q. Do I need an exposure meter to set the right exposure in my DSLR?

A. This is a question that I am asked in almost all of my workshops! And my answer is:

“For shooting in ambient light, your camera’s built-in light meter does a perfect job.”

Q. How do I unleash the power of my camera’s light meter? Do I need special techniques?

This is a great question to ask! We’ve all ...

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Lifestyle Photography Workshop Fraser Valley

Lifestyle Photography Class

What is a Lifestyle Photography? I was asked several times about this kind of photography, especially for the last few weeks which we are going to have our first part of Lifestyle Photography Workshop in Abbotsford.

So let’s face it. What does Lifestyle Photography means? How it is different from other styles? And what should you know to create the effects that you are after.

Here is a quote from Wikipedia ...

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Why exposure is so important in Digital Photography

Why exposure is so important in Digital Photography

First let’s find out what “Photography” is and then talk about “Exposure” and the importance of Exposure in Digital Photography.

Here is the description of Photography in Wikipedia:

Photography is the art, science and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film, or electronically by means of an image sensor.[1] Typically, a lens is ...

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Exposure in Digital Photography

It is all about the Exposure!

Exposure is the most important part in Digital or film photography. Exposure can make a photo “Amazing” or “Junk”!

Almost all new digital cameras have an advanced built-in Light meter. Do you know how to control your exposure by using this advanced light meter? Did you know that there several different metering modes built in to your camera?

Here is an example of what happens if you leave it to camera to set your exposure. ...

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Exposure and Digital Photography

Digital Photography and Exposure

First let’s find out what “Photography” is and then talk about “Exposure” and the importance of Exposure in Digital Photography.

 

Here is the description of Photography in Wikipedia:

Photography is the art, science and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film, or electronically by means of an image sensor.[1] Typically, a lens is used to focus the light reflected ...

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