Skill Level: Students should first attend 101 or have at least 6 months to a year of photo experience
Instructor: TJ Hansen
The second step in the beginner series. In this class we delve deeper into shutter speed and aperture, as well as composition and lens fundamentals. This class is designed to give students a solid foundation of exposure knowledge. When and how to use aperture and shutter priority modes, types of metering and white balance are covered, as well as support and accessories to help you continue shooting better photos every day.
This class covers:
Shutter speed- freezing action, blurring moving subjects
Aperture- Control depth of field, background blur (bokeh), landscape, image sharpness
Lenses, perspective, and field of view
Composition- leading lines, rule of third, golden ratio
The "Sunny 16" Rule
How to look at light
Metering- modes in-camera, and using a handheld meter
How Focal length affects your image
and much more!
How do I know if this class is the right class for my level of interest and/or expertise?
This class is designed to be taken after Photo 101. If you are already comfortable with exposure settings, this class is a good way to review and take your knowledge a step further. If you are unsure of your knowledge level, start with Photo 101.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Bring your camera and lenses to this class, as we will be showing everyone how to use their equipment during different sections of the class! Bring a notepad to take notes, also!
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
You may request a refund up to two days before the class. For example, your class is on a Saturday, you have until the Thursday before to ask for a refund. Refunds requested the day before or day of the class, will be dealt with on a case by case basis, and are subject to processing fees.