Intermediate DSLR Full Day Workshop

Date: Saturday, June 22

Time: 9am-5pm

We’ll dig deeper into important technical controls on your camera and then move into the creative aspects of photography including composition and lens choices.

  • The light meter: understanding how your camera reads and measures light and how it can sometimes cause exposure problems.
  • Exposure control: bracketing, exposure compensation and reading a histogram.
  • Tricky exposures: how to get good exposures in tricky situations including backlight and high contrast settings.
  • Support & stability: keeping your images sharp and vibration free through the proper use of tripods, monopods, stance, leaning & breathing.
  • Dust & cleaning: when to worry about lens and sensor dust and how to get rid of it.
  • Focal length and maximum aperture: deciphering the numbers on your lens.
  • Lenses: creativity vs practicality (and cost!). How to select lenses as creative tools. A look at ultra wides, telephoto, zooms, primes, macro and some surprisingly affordable options.
  • Sensor sizes: full frame vs. cropped sensor and what difference it makes to your photography and lens selections.
  • Creative motion blur: using slow shutter speeds as a creative tool for both low light situations and to purposely blur movement.
  • Composition: the architecture of a photograph, some rules and when to break them
  • The art of photography: stepping beyond the elements of exposure and focus and thinking about color, gesture, timing and other creative aspects of photography.

Dallas Center for Photography
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https://www.dallascenterforphotography.com/classes-and-workshops/dslr-intermediate/

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