Conservation Photography Class
Next Steps: Beyond The Auto Mode of your DSLR
Gary Sharlow, Photographer, Education Manager
Sunday, September 21 at 1:00pm
Go beyond the auto mode of your DSLR. We will explore the fundamentals necessary to understand when to use shutter or aperture priority and even give you the tools to start exploring full control of your photographic techniques in the manual mode of your DSLR. We will explore the way the aperture, shutter and ISO settings interact to control light and give you the exposure you desire. We will also look at how these three elements effect the depth of field, motion blur and grain effects in your images. Conservation photography is a vision of photography that has a long history with a new purpose. Typically, pressing the shutter defines the photographer with planning and execution culminating in the photograph. A conservation photographer’s work begins once they click the shutter. It’s what you do with these images that matters as it takes you into the active roll of effecting conservation for the natural world.
Please Note: Entrance is via the Academy's Staff and Research Entrance at the back door located at 75 Nancy Pelosi Drive. Please arrive at least 10 minutes early.
Reservations: Members: $40, General $50. Seating is limited and advanced ticketing is required. To reserve a place today, buy a Member or Non-Member ticket online or over the phone at[masked]