IS YOUR CAMERA COLLECTING DUST?
DID YOU GET A CAMERA FOR YOURSELF OR AS A GIFT BUT WENT BACK TO USING YOUR PHONE DUE TO FRUSTRATION?
THAT’S WHY WE ARE OFFERING THIS CAMERA BASICS WORKSHOP- TO GET YOU PAST THE FRUSTRATION AND INTO THE FUN OF PHOTOGRAPHY!
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
This course is for anyone new to using a digital camera. If you want to get the most out of your digital camera and learn the basics, this is the workshop. If you have a love for photography and want to get past the “it’s easier to take pictures with my phone” stage, we can help you do that.
BY THE END OF THE CLASS…
- You should be more comfortable with the functions of your camera.
- You’ll have taken your first steps on the road of manually controlling the settings on your camera.
- You will have a basic understanding of the 3 PILLARS OF PHOTOGRAPHY: using Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO for exposure.
This workshop will be headed by Photographer & Videographer, Jesse McMinn.
Jesse has been a photographer for 10+ years. He has been published in local media and been interviewed & featured by Adobe.com – He does various types of photography for several local companies, including Viera Social Media and studied composition under Mick West. You can see his personal work on Instagram where he has 12k+ followers.
Visit His Videography & Art Portfolio Here
“My love for photography started with taking pictures using my iPhone and when I made the switch to a Digital Camera it was very frustrating. I just want to share the things I learned that got me past that so people can enjoy this art like I do” – Jesse McMinn
A digital camera. That’s IT!
We will go over the course outline, answer questions and dive right in, hands-on, into your camera settings. We will show you how to efficiently change your settings, where they are located in the menu system and why you want to use certain settings. (please make sure you have a fully charged battery)
Once you have completed The Camera Basics Workshop, we will be offering the “Editing Your Photos in Adobe’s LightRoom Workshop”.
In this workshop we will learn how to edit RAW format photos.
Why Shoot RAW?
The difference when you shoot in JPEG format is that the camera does its own processing and “bakes” in the color and exposure.
When you shoot RAW, you’re able to do that processing yourself! You can make the decisions on how the image should look!
With RAW you have additional information in the file, so it’s much easier to correct the image without a drastic reduction in quality.
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