Full-day Intermediate DSLR Workshop (lunch included at no extra charge!) This workshop will teach you how to be more creative with your DSLR.
- Class size limited to 10 students for personal attention in a real photography studio
- Review: The Photographer’s Toolkit … Understanding the Exposure Triangle … controlling motion, depth of field, and more.
- Review: Rule of Thirds and other composition tools
- HANDS-ON instruction, using your own camera
- Setups and exercises for you to experiment with various camera settings (depth-of-field, motion, lighting, and more)
- Understanding DPI and resolution
- Using light not just for exposure, but for composition, creating or softening shadows, and more
- Basics of using external flash units
- How and why to use custom white balance
- RAW or JPEG, and basic processing of each
- How different lenses give your photos a different look
- Review and discussion of the images you create in the workshop
- Free “cheat sheets” to take home
- Camera store coupons
- $229 (Only $179 for our Meetup group members)
Instructors: David Anderson, Cr. Photog. CPP and Al General, CPP
Prerequisite: Must bring an interchangeable-lens camera with manual settings and know how to select and change the ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed, and White Balance. (“#201 – Learning to Use a DSLR” or equivalent knowledge recommended.) A tripod and speed light (flash) are also recommended, but not required. This workshop is best for ages 16 and older.