Two things you must do to register for this class:
1. RSVP here FIRST and then . . .
2. You MUST register for this class ($39) on our Canon site here:
This class has a one hour lunch break (Not provided).
Instructor: David Henry
Every photographer should have a shooting plan in their mind before going out.
This class seeks to help you learn the importance of understanding the entire digital workflow process from before the photo is made, through the image processing stage to storage, archiving and retrieval. Then, learn how to apply that knowledge in field shooting conditions.
We’ll teach you how sensors respond to light by showing you how ISO, noise and exposure density are interrelated. We’ll reveal the secrets of digital exposure and help you understand how histograms are formed and how they can be very helpful, as well as detrimental, to your plan.
What you will learn:
What a histogram is and what to watch for
Lens choices to fit your style - zooms or prime focal length lenses?
An introduction to the topics of HDR, time-lapse and panoramas
When to use selective focus or depth-of-field
How to store images and plan for future storage capacity
How to archive images and retrieve them
What to bring:
Your camera, with memory card
Fully charged battery or two
One or two lenses
Flash (if you own one)
A willingness to learn
What is provided:
Canon notebook and pen
Coffee, water and light snacks