PHOTOGRAPHS: How to MAKE them... not TAKE them...
Saturday, June 18, 2011 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
Los Angeles, CA
Our objective in this workshop is to make you familiar with your camera and start making photographs instead of merely taking them. In this workshop, I will help you:
- UNDERSTAND Exposure
- LEARN How and When to Use Different Shooting Modes
- IMPROVE your Composition Skills
- UNDERSTAND How Light Behaves
- LEARN Fast and Easy Post Processing Skills to make your images POP!
- BE in Control of YOUR Camera
- NEVER use "AUTO" ever again!
Take your photography to the next level. You will immediately notice a difference in the images that your MAKE.
June 18, 2011 - 2-6PM
SLS Hotel - Beverly Hills
465 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Here's what the past attendees had to say about the workshop:
"Great workshop! In addition to learning about the technical aspects of image capture and photo-processing, the class did wonders for teaching "how" to shoot photos that tell a story. From things like perspective, patterns, lighting, framing and more - I literally saw my photography skills increase during the multiple hands-on portions... of the workshop! Highly recommended for those who are interested in more than just "taking pictures."
"I thought having a DSLR, the factory manual and internet research was more than enough to learn about digital photography. Wrong!Attending the GET OFF the GREEN workshop (Introduction to basic photography) was very helpful in showing me the wonders of a dslr. You learn to be creative in many ways. When your imagination kicks in, your ...artistic talent shows in your photographs. The workshop taught me two techniques that now I practice when shooting, the Diagonal and the Negative Space. Thanks Mr. Mendoza."
- N. Capuyon
"I now have a better understanding of my DSLR and my composition skills improved thanks to the workshop.Best workshop ever! It's LEGEN---wait for it---DARY!"
- M. Apostol
"The camera's manual instruction is B.S. (seriously, you might as well throw that manual in the trash can). You open the booklet and you learn nothing except for where the buttons are supposed to be. So I sought for Cannon rebel Xsi for Dummies (book) and has much more interesting information but it took me awhile to read it. Then Mr. Renj. mysteriously appeared out of nowhere and sent me an invite on facebook about the workshop a few months ago and so I went. Believe me, I probably learned more about it one sitting than reading through the whole "dummy" book. GOtG workshop really summed everything about the Basics of photography."
- M. Beltran