We’ll guide you through the key features of your camera and new techniques to help you become more creative. Take home detailed handouts and exercises that you can try again later, to perfect your skills and ensure you get the very best from your day.
Action photography from children at play to sports and panning for motorsport shots.
Creative use of movement, e.g. capturing the power of waterfalls.
An in-depth look at Exposure and how light affects your images.
Manual Mode – how and when to use it.
How changing perspective can dramatically change your shots.
How to take good photographs in low light and other difficult conditions.
Cameras: DSLR, Mirrorless Compact System (CSC), Four-Thirds, Bridge, Superzoom.
Where: Commencing in the classroom, taking an in-depth look at your camera, followed by two hands-on photography sessions to put what you’ve learned into practice, and finally back to the classroom to discuss your images with plenty of time for your questions.
Group Size: A maximum of 10 students per tutor.
Previous Experience: to get the most from this workshop, you should have attended our Explore Your Camera Part 1 workshop or be confidently setting the right Aperture to suit the type of photograph you’re capturing, and be familiar with the use of Exposure Compensation and ISO.