Better Photos Now! Level 2 with Gregg Cobarr
Sunday, January 27, 2013 from 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM (PST)
Los Angeles, CA
This course is designed to teach you skills to be able to adjust quickly in a variety of shooting situations most commonly found while photographing either for personal work or on assignment. You will learn and apply how to constantly change, while shooting, four very important elements: aperture, shutter speed, ISO and white balance - to create a different look and feel of your photos. These changes will be made while you're shooting so that you can easily adapt to a variety of lighting situations, changing scenes outdoors, as well as different locations with a model, including the inside of a vintage building. Making spontaneous, creative and intuitive decisions are important keys to becoming more proficient as a photographer and at the same time being able to have complete control over your images.
This course will take place in the classroom, then proceed outside for some to get some guided instruction. A model will be provided.
Schedule for those who registered for both Level 1 and 2:
9am to 12pm - Better Photos Now! Level 1
12pm to 1:30pm - Lunch break
1:30 to 5:30pm - Better Photos Now! Level 2
Experience Level: Beginner to Intermediate: Attendee should be familiar with the basic functions and menus of their camera. Attendees should have a basic understanding of F-Stop, Shutter Speed, ISO.
Attendance of Better Photos Now! Level 1 is recommended.
What to Bring:
Please bring your camera and lenses. Tripods are not permitted on the streets. Make sure your memory cards have room for lots of images, and your batteries are charged. Walking shoes and water are also advisable.
An email was sent to those who registered for the course as of Friday at 11am. If you did not receive it, please check your spam box, or refer to the information above. Anyone registering after 11am, please refer to the information on your ticket.
Instructors Bio: Click HERE to view Gregg Cobarr's biography
"I just love taking photos! I own a Nikon D300s and have RARELY shot in MANUAL mode because I didn't understand it. I had convinced myself that it was way too complicated for me to comprehend, but after taking YOUR workshop I'm shooting in MANUAL for the rest of my photography days... smile! YOU turned the "lights on" in my head. I now see and FULLY understand what MANUAL mode is all about and why it is best to ALWAYS shoot in MANUAL mode. Thank YOU so much, Gregg!"
- Sandy C.
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