Sunday, September 4, 2011

Workshop - Introduction to Digital Photography

Starts September 12th!!

An Introduction to Digital Photography

Learn more about your digital camera and how to use it effectively. This course will introduce basic camera terminology, demonstrate how to use 'all those buttons', and how to take better pictures through the understanding of the art of photography, exposure, composition and lighting. You will also learn what factors to consider when purchasing a new digital camera and have opportunities to ask questions about photos you bring to class with a view to improving your own artistic efforts. A DSLR is recommended but a Point and Shoot will do. Also a great class to take before buying a new DSLR Camera. (Beginners to Intermediate)

Workshop Outline
  • A Brief History of Photography
  • Light and Colour
  • Apertures, Shutter Speeds, ISOs
  • Depth of Field
  • Exposure
  • Art & Composition
  • Creative Consequences
  • The Camera
  • Sensors and Mega Pixels
  • File Formats (RAW vs. JPG)
  • Camera Types
  • Lenses & Accessories
  • Flash
  • Hands On with Your Camera
This course does not cover any aspects of Digital Workflow or File Management on the computer.
You can benefit greatly by having your camera’s user manual. Please bring it along to the third class. Lost it? Most manuals can be found on the Internet for free!
***An Outing session may be offered on of Saturday November 5th or Sunday November 6th depending on weather.

Presenter: Francois Cleroux
6 sessions; $50.00
Mondays; September 12th, 19th, 26th and October 17th, 24th, 31st. ***An Outing session may be offered on of Saturday November 5th or Sunday November 6th depending on weather.

Tsawwassen Alliance Church 7:30 pm.

E-mail: to reserve your seat. Seating is limited.

© 2011 Francois Cleroux

(Version 1.00 -  September 2011)

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