Basic Photo Course
Basic Photo Course
IS THIS COURSE FOR ME?
You have just bought your digital camera (or are thinking of getting your hands on one) and you wish to know its capabilities instead of just using the A (automatic) mode all the time. Or you have had a digital camera for a while but felt like you are not quite using it to its potential. Start making your own decisions instead of letting your camera decide. This is a fun, inspirational and visual course with lots of examples and individual guidance from an experienced tutor. By the end of this workshop you will have the knowledge you need to turn an average photo into a striking one.
WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW AND BRING?
Nothing, just bring your camera with fully loaded battery and a memory card. The content of the course is based on the features and knowledge required for Digital SLR (DSLR) cameras or any digital camera with manual controls.
Bring a choice of lenses if you have more than one. It might be helpful to bring your camera manual.
Min. 4, max. 6 participants
WHAT IS GREAT ABOUT THIS COURSE?
Small group, internationally experienced teacher - professional photographer with a studio in the 12th district in Vienna (overlooking the Schönbrunn Castle).
(Perfect English spoken - the teacher lived/worked in Ireland for 10 years)
WHAT WILL IT COST?
139.- € for the full day’s course, including coffee break.
LENGTH OF THE COURSE
Sat or Sun 10:00–17:00 h
You will learn about the capabilities of your camera (what do the wheels and buttons do), how does the camera work, different lenses, what is ISO, Aperture - how to freeze action with fast shutter speeds and throw distracting backgrounds out of focus by setting apertures. Discover how to improve your photos by taking creative control of their composition. Learn about White Balance and what effects you can achieve with different techniques. You will also learn about composition, perspectives and angles that could make your photographs look more intriguing.
03.03.2019 (Sun) 10h–17h
Early Bird (-10%) till 15.02.
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02.02.2019 (Sat) 10h–17h