February 24, 2018
There will be 2 sessions. Session 1 from 9:30 to 11:30 and Session 2 from noon to 2:00 pm. There is a limit of 20 per session to facilitate interactive learning. You will learn about aperture, shutter speed and ISO and how they relate to give you control of your camera and images instead of shooting in auto mode.
Main objective is: Don’t just take a picture, make an image – achieve creative control of your camera and image making by getting out of auto.
The class will feature practice and Q&A over lecture to help you learn:
The role of aperture and how to control it
Use of shutter speed in creativity and proper exposure
The purpose of ISO and relation to shutter speed and aperture
Manipulating the “exposure triangle” by integrating shutter speed, aperture, ISO
A brief introduction to other camera controls and basic composition
Students must: Bring a camera with manual controls (email if you need clarification). A charged battery. A usable memory card for their camera. And finally, lots of questions and a willingness to learn by doing, trial, and error.
Classes/Workshops Photography encompasses both art and technical skill, and LPS works to build these in its member by offering educational classes and workshops, each covering a specialized topic. Such topics may include:
- Camera Techniques/Equipment
- Basic Digital Photography (Exposure Triangle)
- Flash Photography
- Macro Photography
- The Art of Photography
- Portrait Photography
- Still Life
- Nature Photography
- Photo Manipulation Software
- HDR software
These topics may be geared toward beginners or the more advanced photographer but all skill levels are welcome. Classes/workshops are usually held on Saturday and can be 2-3 hours in length or up to 6 hours. Most of our educational events are free of charge.