BEGINNER: WE WILL DISCUSS COMPOSITION AND FRAMING, DIFFERENT WAYS OF SEEING AND USING LIGHT, AND YOU WILL HAVE A BASIC INTRODUCTION TO HOW A CAMERA WORKS AND WHAT MANUAL FUNCTIONS REALLY PROVIDE YOU. YOU DO NOT NEED A FANCY CAMERA FOR THIS CLASS, HOWEVER IF YOU DO HAVE A DSLR AND HAVE NEVER USED IT, THIS IS STILL THE CLASS FOR YOU.
INTERMEDIATE: IN THIS CLASS YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT MAKING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR CAMERA'S MANUAL SETTINGS. WE WILL DISCUSS DEPTH OF FIELD, CAPTURING MOTION, DIGITAL NOISE, LENSES AND FOCAL LENGTH. A CAMERA WITH MANUAL FUNCTIONS WILL BE REQUIRED FOR THIS CLASS, INTERCHANGEABLE LENSES WOULD BE AN ASSET BUT THIS ISN'T ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY.
THE BEST CAMERA IS THE ONE YOU HAVE WITH YOU - BEGINNER'S WORKSHOP - (No professional camera required) THIS WORKSHOP IS OVER - THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO JOINED ME!
NEXT WORKSHOP: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 2018 in DORVAL
$65.00 / person
This 2-hour workshop will have a segment of theory over coffee at the beginning and then some outdoor shooting time with your camera.
Includes a drink and snack and some worksheets. Max 5 people per workshop.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with 'workshop' in the subject line. In the body of the e-mail indicate the brand and model of your current camera and then the top thing you'd really like to learn to achieve with your camera, and the top thing that currently frustrates you when you take pictures. I will then reply to you whether or not there is still a spot available and you can send your payment by interac transfer to confirm the booking (to email@example.com).
What to Bring on the Day:
-Your Camera, with a fully charged battery and memory card (and the manual if it came with one) -A notebook and a pen -Warm jacket (and yes we will go ahead in light rain)