If you are still taking pictures in ‘Auto’ or ‘Program’ mode then this class is designed with you in mind! Photography 102 is not only a great follow up from our previous course, Photography 101, but it will allow to become more comfortable with using the various functions in your camera. You will learn the what the different exposure modes are and why you want to use them. You will finally learn how shutter speed, aperture and ISO work together and so much more like white balance, metering, flash, etc. This class is perfect for people like you trying to get out of “Auto” mode and take control of their images and stop taking blurry or improperly exposed images.
It is one thing to soak in the information from the class, but you know that you will need to practice what you learn to really master the concepts. In the local class with an expert instructor you will be walked through each lesson discussed in the online lecture and apply it to different subjects and scenarios. You will be challenged to learn quickly but have the comfort of the instructor by your side. You can expect to understand the following concepts after completing this class:
This class is estimated to last 3 hours depending on the size of the group. This class is great for those who want a better understanding of their camera and want to learn how to control their settings rather than having the camera control them.
This class is going to cover the essentials of mastering your camera. Ultimately, we want to get you away from “Auto” mode so you can start taking control over your camera settings and improve your images. Proceed with the registration below to reserve a spot for this class before it runs out.
|Anna Lynch email@example.com||Anna Lynch is a Photographer and Teaching Artist from NJ, currently living in San Diego. She studied Photography at Parsons School of Design in New York City. Anna is an avid traveler, and has worked with National Geographic Student Expeditions, teaching high school students photography in Europe and California. She also teaches at The AjA Project, based in San Diego. 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! To check out her work, visit www.annagracelynch.com|