Posts Tagged 'learn digital Camera Photography Maple Ridge'

Set your camera for Fall outdoor photography

Fall Outdoor Photography Class 

Two part workshop for capturing better photos 

Autumn is here with exciting opportunities to photograph the colourful images of fall. Fall is photographers favourite season because of the light, the vibrant colours and being out in the fresh outdoor air. Taking photos outdoors, especially in autumn, needs specific know-how techniques. One of the most important techniques is EXPOSURE. Exposure can be controlled by Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO. For taking pictures outdoor you also need to ...

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Focal Point part 2

Exploring ways to create Focal Point in your picture

In Part 1 we defined focal point and discussed why it is a key ingredient for dynamic eye-catching images. In Part 2 let’s jump right in and take a look at some ways to incorporate focal point for more compelling images.

Isolation

One of the best way to create visual focal points is to isolate your subject. The rain drop in this picture is a great example.

I could have ...

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Photography Composition Rules

Photography Composition Rules

Breaking Composition Rules: Bad or Good? 

Photography composition rules are a tool to understand the basic principles of design in visual arts. These composition rules are constructive to make an image more dynamic and pleasing. However, there are also times you need to break these composition rules to create a better story with your pictures. I cover more about Photography Composition Rules in Digital Camera Bootcamp workshop.  Please check the course description for more ...

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Tulip Field Photography Workshop

Photography Workshops: Tulip Fields

From March 25 to May 1, 2016 is the Abbotsford Tulip Festival and I want to take the advantage of this fabulous opportunity by offering two field trip photography workshops dedicated to capturing the beauty of these colourful spring flowers. Participants will learn how to capture amazing photos by establishing correct exposures and finding the right perspective.

The Tulip Field Photography Workshop is 100% hands on and you will have time with your instructor in the ...

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Fraser Valley Digital Camera Workshop

Fraser Valley Digital Camera workshop for Beginners

Unleash the power of your digital Camera

Fraser Valley Digital Camera workshop for beginners is a two part class and you learn about your camera settings and controls. Each part is three hours with theory and hands on.
In this 6 hour class you will explore the hidden functions of your Digital camera and learn about Shutter speed, Aperture, ISO, White Balance, and more. This workshop is primarily intended for photographers using ...

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Capturing Amazing Pictures

Tips for capturing amazing pictures every time! 

The Great Camera Debate Part 7

In the previous article I discussed the importance of a camera lens over a camera body. In this article we are going to look at the importance of education and skills.

Look at these two photos and try to guess what kind of camera and lens were used to capture each of these photos:

Please take a moment after you’ve studied the images and make ...

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Omnilargess Digital Photography classes Fall 2015

List of Omnilargess Digital Photography classes for Fall 2015

 

 

Digital Camera Workshop

Hello Folks,

For the last two weeks I didn’t post any articles because I was busy finishing my first book on photography. Yes, you read this right: I’ve written a book about Exposure in digital world. I have been working on this project for over a year and I sent ...

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Custom White Balance Techniques

Learn Custom White Balance Techniques

Should I use Auto or Custom White Balance?

Part 3 

Here are three golden rules for when to use Auto White Balance:

1- You have a newer digital camera

2- You have something white or gray in your subject

3- You have one dominant source of light, not a mixture of light sources.

If none of these apply, then a custom white balance setting would be a good option, especially if you shoot primarily ...

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