This course is designed for people who have completed the beginner’s course, or who already have a grasp on the basics of their camera and want to learn more about how to get better shots using the full functions of your DSLR camera.
Our professional instructor will take you through the more advanced functions of your camera, such as setting white balance, controlling your depth of field, how to use the light meter to get better exposure and using bracketing to get a high dynamic range in your images. You will also learn handy tips, like the effect different lenses will have on your image, which settings to use for sport photography versus portrait photography and more.
The course will explore the following topics:
- Setting white balance
- Colour temperature
- Understanding depth of field
- High dynamic range photography
- How different lenses affect your image
- Understanding focus settings
- Exposure and the light meter
- Lenses – what the numbers and letters stand for
- Shooting modes
- Contrast ratios
- Shooting black and white images
Prerequisites: It is preferable that you bring your own DLSR camera to the workshop, however it is not required.
Duration: 3.5 Hours
Approximate Class Size: 15
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