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Photography 101: Mastering Composition

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Photography 101 is the intro to photography class that combines the basics of composition with new techniques so that you can become a better photographer! In this class, we’ll learn what separates snapshots from great photographs with classroom conversation, PowerPoint examples and hands-on learning.

Hands-on Learning Experience

This class lasts 2.5 hours and focuses on an in-depth experience of practicing everything you learned. Your instructor will walk you through practical exercises around:

  • Proper lighting
  • Getting away from the “tourist position”
  • Rule of thirds
  • Leading lines
  • Symmetry & repetition
  • Zooming in and filling the frame
  • Shallow depth of field and creating that blurred background effect
  • and much more

This is workshop you don’t want to miss. Get the hands-on learning you need to capture images faster, better and have a lot more fun doing it. After this class:

  • You will have a better understanding of your goals for learning to become a better photographer.
  • You will have learned how to better compose your photos and see instant improvements in the photographs you take.
  • You will have gained a better understanding of using natural and artificial sources of light to your advantage in different lighting situations.
  • You will know what other classes might be of interest to you in your pursuit of becoming the photographer you want to be.
What to Bring to The Class:
  • Point-and-shoots, compact cameras, or DSLRs. Any camera is appropriate for this class
  • Fully charged battery
  • Empty Memory Card
  • Pen & Paper
  • Open Mind Ready to Learn

Proceed with the registration below to reserve a spot for this class before it runs out.

Instructor Information


Anna Lynch
hello.annalynch@gmail.com
Anna Lynch was born and raised in New Jersey, and studied Photography and Global Studies at Parsons School of Design in New York City. She is an avid traveler, and has recently worked with National Geographic Student Expeditions teaching high school students photography in Europe and California. Her expertise is in portraiture, but she also enjoys street photography, landscape, and still life. She has been published multiple times in print and online, and has worked as a freelance photographer since 2011. When she’s not photographing, you can find her at the beach, on a hike, or dancing!

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 12/15/2018
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Location
George's Camera (Clairemont Location)

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  • David Stump II
  • Andrea Newland
  • Frojon Banwell
  • Ed Milam .

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