2 Mondays – November 20 & 27 from 6:30 – 9pm
Exposure is the nemesis of the professional and amateur photographers alike. There is no such thing as “proper exposure”. Exposure is creating an image that captures your vision and shares it with the world. If you challenge yourself and focus on the outcome, not only will your image reveal what you saw, but how you felt when you saw it.
This workshop will help you master some of the critical elements of exposure, such as aperture (F-stops), shutter speed and ISO, as well as how light meters work, (and yes, there is one in your camera). You will learn how to use available light and explore the power of depth of field to help you make images like never before. Time will be spent in discussion as well as outside photographing. This two-night workshop is assignment driven and photographers MUST know the functionality and navigation of their DSLR.