Knowledge of “YOUR CAMERA” Digital Level D-1 (Workshop)
Where the fun begins.
This is where you want to start. You will learn a solid foundation of your camera and great place to build on from here. Understanding the very basic of photography concepts and your camera is essential in growing your pictures to photographs. This workshop is designed for someone who has just bought their camera or is interested in seeing if a Standard Compact (Point and Shoot), DSLR or Mirrorless camera is for you (we have a limited number of cameras you can use during the workshop). No camera knowledge or terminology of photography is required for this workshop.
Course type: Workshop
Duration of training: 4 Hours
Maximum class size: 4
- We are currently working on scheduling our 2019 season (Oct 2018 through Sept 2019)
- Please contact us if you would like a workshop scheduled. We do individual and group workshops on request.
Who Should Attend:
- New camera owners, and persons wanting to understand their camera functions.
- Just a willing to learn.
- Basic knowledge of lens and changing you lens.
- Care for your camera and lens.Photo techniques: Composition, Thirds rule, and Leading Lines.
- Camera Shooting modes: (A) Full Auto
- Shooting ways: using your View finder, Live view, and Touchscreen.
- Image Stabilizer
- Spot meter for exposure control and Exposure Metering.
- Flash Auto settings and +/- settings
- Shooting Single frame / Sequential / Self Timer
- Image quality for JPEG (record mode) and transferring your images.
- How to save your photograph for printing
- 4 Hours of field instruction
- PDF guide sheets for your camera (Developed by Kenny for this workshop)
- Tripod to use during the workshop
- Camera body and lens and all accessories needed if you don’t have a camera. (Limited number of camera systems for loan first come first serve).
What to bring:
- DLSR, Mirrorless, or compact (point and shoot) camera.
- Fully charged battery (plus extra battery if you have one)
- Empty memory card (plus extra memory card if you have one)
- Tripod (if you have one)
- Layer clothing – most of the workshop is outdoors
- Hiking shoes; the terrain is un-level and rocky.
- Bug repellent.