WANT TO LEARN HOW TO MANAGE YOUR CAMERA, INSTEAD OF IT MANAGING YOU? WANT TO KNOW WHY YOUR IMAGES NEVER LOOK AS GOOD IN REALITY AS IT DID IN YOUR HEAD?
At A Glance
Session 1 - March 7, 2019
Session 2 - April 4, 2019
Duration: 4 lectures
Time: 6pm - 8:30pm
Max participants: 15
Instructor: Leonie Marinovich
Digital Silver Imaging, 9 Brighton St, Belmont, MA 02478
Level : Basic
This course is aimed at photographers wishing to become acquainted with the fundamentals of photography. It will give students the opportunity to become familiar with the manual settings on their digital cameras (DSLR or mirrorless), through in-person lectures and short weekly assignments.
It is a 4-week boot camp version of a course Leonie teaches at the Harvard Extension School.
By the end of this course:
You will have a basic understanding of exposure and how to achieve optimum exposure through varying your Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO settings.
You’ll be able to freeze or blur motion,
You’ll understand Depth of Field and how to achieve narrow Depth of Field or maximum focus through either lens choice or aperture settings.
You’ll be more comfortable with your camera and be ready to explore the creative aspects of photography.
Who is this workshop suited to?
Designed for beginners and photographers in need of a refresher course. If you want to get the most out of your digital camera and learn the basics, this is the course. If you are not familiar with your camera functions, please read the manual before the course and bring it along.
A digital camera with manual controls. A zoom lens or a selection of prime lenses
A basic familiarity with your own camera. Please read your camera manual thoroughly. If you have worked through your camera and used it successfully prior to the course, you will gain much more out of it. Ensure that you have one or two memory cards as well as a fully charged battery. It won’t hurt to bring your charger or a spare battery.
A laptop for downloading and viewing your images.