If you bought a camera with manual settings you have probably intended to learn how to turn all the dials and create the images you weren't getting on your smartphone. Since then you may have found the mode has stayed on automatic and not really known where to start with aperture, shutter speed and ISO.
In this session we will describe the function of each control and why you would choose particular settings for different kinds of images and lighting setups.
The session will take you through the controls on your camera and then involve practical exercises so you can see the effects of different settings and why you would choose them.
When you book the session you will be sent a short questionaire about your experience, camera model and style of photography that interests you so we can tailor the class to the participants and their equipment.
Duration: 4 Hours
- Function of each control and why you would choose particular settings for different kinds of images and lighting setups.
- Controls on your camera and then involve practical exercises so you can see the effects of different settings
- Techniques and information on how to use manual camera settings
- Expert tuition from an experienced teacher!
- Experience with your camera
- Kit with explanations and more exercises
- Your camera with a standard lens
- Charged batteries and an empty memory card
- A notebook
Vendor sincce 2017
LUXE learn has been set up to respond to the current demand for learning new skills from cooking, through metalwork, gardening which don't involve sitting in front of a screen all day.
Many existing courses take a traditional view, presenting photography as it was in the 20th century. Most work is no longer printed on paper and is ever more ephemeral. Today's image rapidly replaced by tomorrow's. These workshops are designed to help you create images that stand out and also for you to identify your signature style and develop a consistent look and feel across your work.
Peter Collie is a photographer with over 10 years experience shooting campaigns for major brands.
Now instead of shooting for magazines and billboards his clients are shooting for social media and e-commerce. The images are smaller and viewed quickly so actually need more impact as we spend less time on each image unless it has initial impact and interesting details as a second level.
Peter has given masterclasses in lighting, camera use, software and workflow for brands like Olympus, Apple, HeadOn and many more.
He has also written several TAFE courses on 'How to Interpret a design Brief' for Open Colleges and is a casual lecturer at Billy Blue College of Design.