Our Intermediate Digital Photography class is the perfect follow up to our Basic Digital Class. It offers students the opportunity to perfect their knowledge of exposure, as well as the use of lenses and flash. After a quick review of basics, the series will include the opportunity to practice your skills in class on set up props, and on a live model.
Class Discussion Topics as Follows:
Learn the language of the camera, starting with the four basic elements of photography and how they work in conjunction with each other.
ISO: What ISO settings represent, the pros-and-cons of each.
Shutter Speed: What it means and how it works with ISO and Aperture.
F-stop/Aperture: the difference between the two and how they work with ISO and Shutter Speed.
Review of the buttons on your DSLR: what they mean and when to use them.
Hands-on, guided assignments in class dealing with each element from class 1.
Homework assignments detailing shutter speed and aperture/f-stop settings.
Learn the use of exposure control and lens choice as related to portraits, landscapes, fast action, and close up photography.
The use of metering modes.
The use of focus point control.
Class review of homework
The difference between existing light and strobe and the advantages of each.