Tuesday April 23rd, 6-8pm • Hunt’s Melrose
Sunday April 28th, 9-11am • Hunt’s Providence
Basic understanding of Aperture, Shutter, ISO & What Exposure is
Beginner Photography understanding
Instructor (Melrose): Emily Hojnowski
Class Level: Beyond Basic
After learning “the basics” of digital photography, become more comfortable in the world of digital photography by taking the next step.
Night Photography requires patience and creative vision. Despite the limitations of darkness there is still great detail and color to be captured through your lenses. Low light photography is equally challenging, but requires a completely different set of techniques. This course specifically covers these two very different yet aesthetically beautiful types of photography. While our Beginner class scratches the surface of these functions, this Beyond the Basics class covers the following topics in Low-Light and Night Photography:
• Exposure, Focusing, Settings, Subject Matter, and Gear
• RAW vs. Jpeg shooting
• Aperture Priority vs. Manual
• Live View and Manual Focus
Understanding the full-functionality of your camera is a necessity to improving your flexibility when photographing in a variety of situations. This course is designed to help you feel more comfortable about how to change your camera’s settings in those situations. It is recommended as a follow-up to our Beginner Photography course.
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