I'm not sure if there's interest here but due to feedback from the last street workshop, it was suggested to review the "Exposure Triad" to participants that never heard of this. I thought it was a good suggestion. I'll be going to help one person but others are welcome to attend.
We meet at the World Exchange plaza where we learn by experimenting with the three most critical components to photography:
1. Shutter Speed
The end result will allow you to use all your camera modes to achieve your creative vision. We will shoot and chimp (looking at the back of your camera) at various subjects in shutter priority (S or Tv mode), aperture priority (A or Av mode) and full manual. You will understand what ISO is and how to use it to your advantage in various situations. You will learn by SEEING the result of your efforts and I'll guide you with various examples / scenarios.
This is very informal. You will be using your own camera to learn. If it rains, we can play inside the plaza.
This is not a street photography event.
Any camera that has a manual setting.
Tripod would be handy but we can improvise if you don't have one.
If you just bought a camera for the first time, you'll feel right at home.