You will to understand how you’re DSLR functions and controls work. What are Aperture (f-stop), Shutter Speed and ISO? How do I control them? You will learn how they contribute to the overall exposure so that you can take control of your camera.
Proper exposure techniques include knowing how to use your camera’s LCD screen and how reading a histogram will help you capture the image seen in your minds-eye. You can get off program mode and take creative control of your photography! This 3 hour hands-on photo class is first part of the series “Fundamental Photography”, and will teach you the building blocks of photography.
What to Bring:
Bring your DSLR camera (no point and shoot cameras) with lens, user manual (can be downloaded from the manufacturer) and your questions to class. Most of all, bring your enthusiasm and eagerness to master your camera! This class is the first step to realizing your vision with photography!
Beginner: No experience necessary
This 3 hour hands-on photo class is part 1 of a series of fundamental classes that will teach you the building blocks of photography.
Instructors Bio: Michael Nadler is a graduate of California State University Fullerton with a degree in Communication/ Photojournalism. After several years of photojournalism, Michael entered the more lucrative area of Photographic Retail Management. After 15 year as everything from Sales to Buyer, Advertising Exec, to Digital Specialty innovator, he was asked by Canon to take up the new challenge of digital imaging. Embracing the challenge, he put forth his full efforts. Beginning with the Canon DCS-1, Michael has since become an advisor to companies such as Apple, Adobe, Microsoft, Getty, Corbus, Warner Bros., ABC/Disney, Paramount, CBS, NBC, NANPA, PPA, PPC, WPPI, Upperdeck, AAED, ADA, CDA, News Services, and many, many others bringing them into the Digital Age. His knowledge of digital imaging and processes as well of his mastery of Canon has set him apart in the photographic community. For 15 years Michael has educated and inspired photographers from around the globe. This new chapter for him is to help inspire the future generations of photographers.