Fundamentals of Photography: Shooting Portraits with E.K. Waller
Thursday, November 15, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)
Los Angeles, CA
Don’t take mediocre snapshots. Take great portraits!
This 3 hour hands-on photo class is part 7 in a series of fundamental classes designed to teach the building blocks of photography. This class will help you understand how to take a great portrait.
Photographing a person in a way that is telling about them, or the human condition, is an elusive goal. EK will demo how to work with and pose a subject as well as how to use studio techniques like 3 point lighting, working with fill cards and fill flash.
What to Bring:
Bring your DSLR camera (no point and shoot cameras) and flash to class, and most of all, your enthusiasm and eagerness to master your camera! Remember to charge your batteries, and a memory card with room for
Suggested Pre-requisite courses are:
Fundamentals of Photography: ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed
Fundamentals of Photography: Composition
Fundamentals of Photography: Shooting in Sunlight and Shadow
Fundamentals of Photography: Depth of Field
Attendees should have a good understanding of F-Stop, Shutter Speed, ISO, and be able to operate their camera in manual mode Students should also understand basic composition (rule of thirds, leading lines, framing, etc.) and how to control depth of field.
E.K. Waller has been teaching photography since 2004, guiding students on a creative path to realizing their vision. She is an advertising photographer, shooting for advertising and editorial clients, specializing in food, product and people. She is also a fine art photographer who loves to scout and wait for the “decisive moment” in her fine art “Street Photography”.
A full explaination of our the Fundamentals of Photography series can be found on our blog here.
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