WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Buttons and dials: locating and deciphering the physical controls on your camera. Basic menus & settings: file size, quality, JPG, RAW, TIFF, white balance and ISO. The viewfinder: what information is available and how it helps you. What’s in a name: Why your camera is called a DSLR and what goes on when you take a picture. Exposure: a thorough explanation of shutter speeds, f-stops and their relationship to ISO and light. Motion blur and depth of field: understanding these creative tools is the key to better photos! Exposure modes: getting off the green Auto mode and understanding the difference between P-A-S-M, (P-Av-Tv-M). Built-in flash: when to just say no. Focusing modes: if it’s called auto focus, why do some photos still turn out blurry? Taking control of how and where your camera focuses. Techniques for stability: stance, camera operation, holding the camera.
When: Sat, February 11th 2017, 10am – 2pm
Cost: Members $25 | General Public $35
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