A very popular digital photography course for Beginners that is fun, creative and inspirational
If you have a camera and are struggling with the settings then we will teach you how to use and understand them. Our workshops also have the luxury of several Canon cameras and lenses for you to borrow, so you may be looking to upgrade your equipment or just wish to see what another lens could do for your photography.
We have a practical approach to teaching photographic and technical skills and will show you how to simply navigate your way around the menu's and discover the joy of using the camera in its manual settings. By the end of the day you will feel confident and know the pictures you are taking are not by luck but by your judgement and skill, plus of course its a great city to photograph
The groups are small with no more than 7 students to one tutor.
- Your DLSR camera functions
- Shutter speeds
- Creative depth of field
- Unusual viewpoints,fast and slow shutter speeds
- Use of light, texture and colour
- How to use the on camera flash successfully!
- How to get the best from your model, tips on good poses etc
Let us teach you the compositional side of photography giving you pointers on portraiture, landscapes, nature etc. Finding and using light, texture and colour. How to position your model or group.
Say goodbye to the presets on your camera you will leave knowing how to manually operate your equipment and start taking pictures like a pro.
Advice is readily available for those of you looking perhaps to take photography up professionally we are happy to answer any questions and help on specifics where we can.
9.30am till 2.30pm Beginner's Workshop - $185
New Zealand currently at Level Alert 4
Normal sessions will be resumed from Wednesday 25th August we hope
Future bookings can be made however
We thank all our students for their patience and we look forward to welcoming you back soon
Deborah Foreman - Director TLW
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ISO, Shutter and Aperture PDF Helpsheet