Saturday, March 5, 2011 11:00am-5:00pm
Do you have a great camera but are afraid to change the settings?
Do the letters and symbols on the mode dial mystify you?
If anything other than AUTO is a scary thought, then this workshop is definitely for you!
This is the perfect opportunity for anyone who wants to get the most out of their camera and create beautiful photographs of their family or just for fun. Or do you have an artistic eye and you just didn't know it?
We will discuss digital photography basics (or film if you are so inclined), camera functions, composition concepts, some basic editing techniques and a discussion around lighting.
I encourage you to bring some of your best shots and we can share ideas and give helpful critiques.
As a participant you will learn:
-To understand your equipment.
-Light. It is so simple and so amazing!
-Why don't my pictures show what I "see"?
-What is Aperture and how do I use it?
-What is Shutter speed?
-What is ISO? (it's not dangerous or contagious)
Level: Beginner to Mid-Level
RSVP required. (Location will be disclosed once you enroll).
6 hours of hands-on instruction
SNACKS (very important)
Computer software instruction
Access to studio equipment
Fun and encouragement
Manual camera, digital or film
Memory card reader
Supplies for note taking
Laptop and photo editing software*
*optional - if you would like me to help you to use your own software.
Class size: 8-10 people
Date: March 5th 11am-5pm
For more information or to enroll, email:
Rachel Alfonso-Smith is a native New Yorker that has relocated to Katy, Texas.
A proud member of the PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS