All posts tagged: Photography Fundamentals

Okinawan Smiles

Another great Photography Fundamentals workshop last weekend. Always a pleasure to share my love of photography and Okinawa with other people. The next workshops are at the start of February and the end of March. Click on the links to visit the Facebook event page, message me to book your spot. Photography Fundamentals with Chris Willson February 2nd & 3rd, 2019 Photography Fundamentals with Chris Willson March 30th & 31st, 2019

Summer / Fall Photography Workshops

June 14 & 15 , 2014 – Studio Lighting Intro Workshop with Chris Willson June 28 & 29 , 2014 – Photography Fundamentals Workshop with Chris Willson July 12 & 13 , 2014 – Off Camera Flash Workshop with Pete Leong & Chris Willson October 4 & 5 , 2014 – Photography Fundamentals Workshop with Chris Willson October 10 & 11, 2014 – Light Painting with Trevor Williams and Chris Willson October 12, 2014 – Advanced Light Painting with Trevor Williams and Chris Willson For more details click on the Photography Workshops Tab. To book a place on any of the workshops please email  chris(at)travel67.com    I will send you a Paypal request for the class fee. Payment secures your place on the course.  

Photography Fundamentals Workshop – February 1 & 2

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. Class outline: 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 …