Photography Training Course : A Beginners Guide to DSLR Photography ?95
Photography Training Course : A Beginners Guide to DSLR Photography by Alan Hutchison ASWPP LMPA LBIPP
New Date Just Added: Sunday 6th July 2014, 10am to 5pm
If you want to learn more about your Digital SLR Camera and improve your photography this is the perfect course for you. This one day course, led by Award-Winning Professional Photographer Alan Hutchison, will teach you everything you need to start taking control of your camera and improving your photographs.
Alan will lead you through the basic fundamentals of your camera and how they impact on your photographs. You learn how to master your camera modes and instantly start taking better pictures.
Who is this course for?
Perfect for a new owner of a Digital SLR or someone who has owned one for a while but wants to dramatically improve their photography.
Course Schedule – 9:30am – 5:00pm
Morning Session – Studio based – 9:30am to 12:30pm
Coffee and Registration
Fundamentals of Exposure
- Understanding, Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO
- How your camera exposes a scene
- Colour Temperature and Tint
The Camera Modes
- Auto/Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual Modes explained
- Why your camera sometimes gets it completely wrong
- When to use Exposure Compensation
Lens Choice relating to the subject
- Depth of Field – how it is impacted by Aperture and Lens choice
Composition – the basic rules that will instantly elevate your images
File Formats RAW x JPEG
Lunch (included in the price) 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Afternoon Session – Studio and outdoors – 1:30pm – 5:00pm
Practical Outdoor Shoot
- Landscape Photography Shoot
- Portrait Shoot
Processing and Cataloguing your images – an introduction to Adobe Lightroom
The cost of this one-day course is ?95. That’s just ?95 for a one day course learning from one of the leading photographers in the country. You’ll also have the chance to meet some like-minded photography enthusiasts and we promise you’ll have a fun-filled day. Please note places are limited and no places can be reserved without a formal booking being made.