Seminar - All Photo Courses times are Eastern Standard Time
Monday Feb. 27th, at 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Monday Mar. 13th, at 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
LINK AND IMAGES WILL BE E-MAILED TO YOU AFTER REGISTRATION
Putting it all together!!
Now that you have an understanding of what a Shutter Speed does, what an aperture does, and what ISO is, how do you put it all together.
This seminar will go over shutter speed, aperture and ISO, one more time and them help you how to choose the right setting for your shot.
* Shutter Speed
* Using a Grey Card for Correct Exposure
Prerequisites: Must be comfortable with the camera features
Equipment: Camera, Lenses, Tripod, Memory Card, Fresh Batteries
Why I Use Manual Mode?
Why would I use manual mode when my camera is state of art??
Shouldn’t it be smart enough to take great pictures without me?
“No!” Cameras are not smart enough to take great pictures all on their own ALL the time.
The truth is that your camera can get tricked really easily. Your camera doesn’t have a brain. It doesn’t know what to exposure for unless you tell it.
When learning how to shoot in manual mode you need to know and understand the “exposure triangle”. This is made up of your aperture, shutter speed, and ISO.
(This Class is for Advance to Emerging Professional Photographers)
Cost: $ 10.00 - plus H.S.T.
Class size: Minimum 3 Students
Class size: Maximum 10 Students
2 hours long
Exposure Triangle - Putting it all together