Photography Fundamentals Workshop
Progress beyond the camera’s green automatic mode. Take better photographs of your friends and family rather than point, shoot, and hope for the best.
This is a fun workshop rather than a lecture. As we cover new topics we will be taking photographs, reviewing the images, and discussing the results. You’ll be learning by practicing each new skill. Don’t be the person with all the gear, and no idea.
February 1 & 2, 2014 9AM to 5PM
Class Size: Max 6
Location: Ishikawa, Uruma City, Okinawa
Instructor: Chris Willson
Price: US$250 Get in touch via email or Facebook to reserve your place.
Equipment – The anatomy of cameras, lenses, memory cards, filters and tripods. Learn what gear you need, and what will help you improve.
Exposure – Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, Camera Modes, Metering. Take control of image brightness and depth of field, to create the images you want.
Composition – Angles, Repetition, Balance, Lines, Simplicity. Whether you’re a sculptor, a painter or a photographer, there are some artistic rules that work.
Data Management – Sorting, storing and protecting your images. Make sure those memories are safe for a lifetime.
Pop quiz hotshot…
The above photograph shows 3 manual focus film cameras with 3 different film sizes. How does film or sensor size effect the choices a photographer might make?
Not sure of the answer? Come join the workshop!