Learn B-a-s-i-c-s of Digital Photography Workshop
Jan 10, 2019 - Jan 31, 2019 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Category: Workshop
New camera? Need a refresher? This basic digital photo workshop delivers. Learn with a working PRO now.
B-a-s-i-c digital photography is taught by working photojournalist and fine-art photographer Marc St. Onge.
Learn your camera for fun visuals now…
Our workshop introduces you to all the gadgets on your camera and how you use them to control the photographs you will create.
A four sessions course and homework assignments on the Basics of Successful Digital Photography.
Sign up now. In this workshop you will learn the principles of making better photos:
- What makes for a successful photograph?
- The proper exposure, the way we want it.
- Focus on our subject, the way we want it.
- Composition of visual elements, the way we want it.
- Apply those three and you will have a photograph that successfully expresses your vision.
- Learn to use three camera controls to achieve the exposure you want—aperture, shutter speed, and sensitivity.
- Learn what needs to be in focus and how to achieve it.
- Learn what needs to be out of focus to create a more successful photograph.
- Finally you will learn the stregths of good composition and its role in pulling the viewer into your photograph, giving them a tour of your vision and making them want to see more.
- Every building needs a strong foundation, so does your photography if it is to be structurally sound.
- This workshop will give you a firm grasp not only of the mechanics of a successful photograph but insight, as well, into the forces that drive you to be a photographer.
Bring questions, camera, a photograph or three, and an open mind.
What you will bring home: answers, techniques, ideas. A rewarding fun experiene awaits you. Limited enrollment.
We meet Thursday evenings: JAN 10, 17, 24, 31 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm.
“A wonderful first class last night. Looking forward to each upcoming week. Last night was both technique and inspiration! Great!
_Dawn S, Easthampton