Introduction to Digital Photography
If you've been using your digital camera in automatic mode you are missing out!
Explore the amazing possibilities that open up when you go beyond automatic.
This four-hour workshop will show you how to use the more advanced camera modes including shutter priority, aperture priority and a quick introduction to manual mode. You will learn how to take much better portraits, how to freeze action and which settings to use to get the results that automatic mode just can't give you.
By learning the main camera modes you'll be able to control and capture what's really important in the shot. Expand your creativity and feel confident that you can photograph exactly what you want.
The topics covered in this workshop will help you improve your portraits, sports photography, and landscapes. Learn to see light in a different way in just 4 hours.
- 3.5-hour workshop.
- Handouts of the key concepts covered.
What you'll bring
- Digital DSLR camera ("point and shoot" cameras can be used but lack some of the features covered).
- Camera battery charged
- Memory card with space available to shoot.
(Your camera manual might come in handy that day, most manuals are available as PDF files on the web)
IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR ME?
This is a beginner workshop. If you are just getting started in photography and have been using the most basic settings on your camera this workshop is for you. If you're ready to get more out of your camera features and having more control of your photography and leveling up your skills then this workshop is for you.
If you're looking for private tutoring via the web check out our online coaching by clicking here.
8 student maximum
CAD$ 95.00 +tax
*** Early Bird CAD$ 80.00 +tax***
Saturday, September 16th, 2017
343 Railway Street, Vancouver
9:30am - 1:00pm