This workshop is ideal for those who have either already completed our Photography Basics course or are keen amateurs with a bit of experience under their belts looking to take their skills to the next level. We will guide you through taking your camera settings from automatic and semi-automatic modes and into manual.
This full day workshop will build on the foundations set in the Photography Basics course. Topics covered will include:
- Manual settings explained, a recap of the exposure triangle, what it is and how it works - ISO, f-stops and shutter speed, and how they interrelate to each other.
- Working with light, recognising light and the settings you need to use that light effectively.
- White balance, what it is and how it effects your images.
- Creative shooting, what makes a good composition.
- Post Processing; editing, printing and sharing your images.
A jam packed day including lunch, refreshments and plenty of opportunities to try out your new photography skills. After the course you'll be added to a private group to join in with our monthly photography challenges and share photography talk with Suzi and other course members.
Prerequisites: A keen interest in taking better photographs. An intermediate level of photography knowledge. You will need to bring with you a DSLR, camera that has manual and semi-manual settings (Aperture priority - A or Av, Shutter Speed Priority - Tv or S, and Manual - M), a clean memory card and a fully charged battery.