Today's digital cameras offer users the ability, with automatic controls, to create nice photos, a step above those taken with a smartphone, but to create compelling photos, one should understand the controls, when to use them and when to go "old school." Old school is to take techniques we used when shooting film and apply them to shooting digitally. That means understanding how camera controls, such as aperture and shutter speed affect your images and how to use them to exploit the dynamic range of digital sensors to take your photos from nice to spectacular.
This group is for photography enthusiasts serious about improving their work. Group leader Aboud Dweck brings 44 years of professional experience in editorial and advertising photography to these meetups with a desire to share his knowledge. Learn to see, visualize and create.