Feb 8, 2014 · 9:00 AM
There are some essential skills that you must master before you will get consistently good photographs every time you go out to shoot. In this seminar, Loren Fisher will help you create a strong foundation from which you’ll be able to get the shots you want and enjoy taking pictures even more. Loren will help you understand all the elements of your camera, what you can control on your camera, which settings you should use and which ones are just there creating confusion.
Some topics we’ll cover:
-How to set up your camera (yes, there specific settings you want to change to make your camera perform better)
-Properly holding the camera
-The exposure triangle: ISO, shutter speed and aperture
-Understanding the light meter settings
-File size settings
-How to focus and which focus setting to use
This is a fun, light-hearted three-hour seminar filled with personal attention. Bring your camera, your user manual, make sure your battery is charged and get ready to enjoy a new level of fun with photography!
It is recommended that you have a DSLR digital camera but a quality point-and-shoot that allows you to change the settings will work.
Sign up now so you can understand how your camera works and why your pictures don’t always turn out the way you want.
Class size is limited to six participants to ensure you get personal attention.
The class is being offered twice:
Tuesday, Feb. 4, 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 8, 9:00 a.m. – noon
Sign up at: http://lorenphotos.com/workshops/building-a-strong-photography-foundation/
Leaving an RSVP on here on meetup does not register you for the class.