San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Crash Course in Digital Photography Beginning Digital Photography with John Greengo- The Best First Step Into The Wide World of Photography!
This class is designed to be the perfect training session for the beginning photographer. Whether you’re the owner of a new digital SLR or an enthusiast that desires to learn all the fundamentals properly, this class will put all students on firm ground for advancing their photography. This class with introduce students to all the basic principles of photography including:
• Depth of Field – What it is, and how you can use it to make better photos.
• Lenses – How to get the most out of what you have.
• Exposure - Get it right in the field without any fuss.
• Focus – Learn the many ways in how focus is affected and how to take control of it.
• Shutter Speeds – Master the skill of choosing the perfect shutter speed for any situation.
In addition to the technical, the class will also explore the artistic side of photography covering topics such as light, composition, point of view and subject placement. Students can expect clear and thoughtful explanations with a wide variety of photographic examples from all seven continents.
Instructor John Greengo is a professional photographer that has more than 20 years of experience as well as a degree in photography from Oregon State University. He is a member of the “Travels to the Edge” TV field crew and has been assisting and working with Art Wolfe around the world for the last several years.
Class runs 9AM-5PM and will have a one hour lunch break.
Please bring your camera with a charged battery and memory card
Location: Classroom at Glazer's Camera at 811 Republican St.
Minimum 4 registered students required for class to be held.
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Glazer's Camera is the Northwest's premier source for professional photography equipment and supplies. We are a third generation, locally owned full-line camera store with a strong commitment to stock everything the working professional and serious hobbyist needs to properly pursue the craft.