Tuesday Apr 15, 2014
Albuquerque, NM 87113
Learn how to advance from “snap-shot" photography to producing an artistic image.
Digital SLR photography classes cover much more than how to use a camera. Getting the camera to do what you want it to do is of primary concern. Knowing what to expect when you attach a flash to your camera and making it work for you is typical of the material covered in this course, plus you will have two weekend assignments. You will be exposed to everything from basic color selection to color space. From pixels to sensor types and sizes. From file types to workflow. Metadata, noise, tonal range, resolution, depth of field, perspective and program, and mode selection are included. Focal length and digital zoom are covered. Camera hardware and software setting, composition, understanding light, and experimenting with your lens are included. Prerequisite: Make Your Camera Work For You, Part 1 and Part 2. Participants will: Session 1. Review topic objectives from Make Your Camera Work classes,learn advanced exposure technique,practice advanced depth of field within classroom setting Session 2. Understand and apply advanced exposure technique,apply advanced use of the histogram, understand and apply additional lighting techniques Session 3. Apply workflow process,manage photo uploads, downloads, files and folders, practice photo selection technique Class ID: 25864 Tuesday; 3 sessions, April 15-29, 2014
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