Are you making the most of your DSLR? If it is always left in auto mode, you are missing out on all the fun and artistic possibilities that your camera has to offer.
It is easier than you think to work your camera in manual. The really complicated part of modern DSLRs is all the extra features they offer. Manual mode gives you complete control to make photos any way you like. It is simple, logical and very rewarding.
My upcoming workshop is on Wednesday 27th September 2017.
It is a hands on workshop where you will have an opportunity to practice the basic principals of photography in a step by step way so that you go home with a clear understanding of what settings to use and when.
This workshop will cover:
- The Exposure Triangle - Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO
- White Balance
- Exposure Compensation
- Light Metering
- Focus Modes
- Image size - jpeg vs raw
- Lenses - focal length, maximum aperture, minimum focal distance
We will look at which different lenses and focal lengths are best suited for various types of photography, such as landscapes, portraits and close up work.
- When: Wednesday 27th September 10am until 4pm
- Where: Collaroy, Sydney
- Cost: $110 - $50 deposit to secure your place
- What to bring: lunch, DSLR camera, your camera manual, any lenses or tripods you own.
- Afternoon tea is included
- Maximum of 5 participants
If you are interested in coming, please phone Bernadette on 0432 731 488 and I'd love to chat with you and answer any questions you may have.
Don't own a DSLR yet and would still like to come? I have 2 cameras which can be used on the day.