This is a one-day, practical, hands-on workshop aimed at an intermediate level. An in-depth guide using your DSLR or mirrorless digital camera with full understanding and creative control.
This workshop assumes that you have moved past “Auto” and are using Aperture, Shutter and Manual Modes for most of your images. We will expand each mode in detail and cover the best subjects to use them on.
This workshop will get you familiar with working with “Live View” (on a Tripod) understanding the benefits of Exposure Simulation and a live histogram metering. Learn how to read your image review with RGB histograms, Highlight burnouts and exposing to the right.
Our in-field creative exercises will cover: getting the best out of different focal length lenses, understanding Hyperfocal Focus and creative composition. The day will end with a group review session to look over the images captured along with a basic introduction Post Processing with an overview of RAW processing in Adobe Lightroom.
This is designed as an intermediate level workshop for people that already have an understanding of basic setting and how to shoot in manual mode, if you are yet to master the basics please look at Photo School 1: Getting Started
- Pocket Guide to Digital Photography
- Tuition from Ken Wright
- Morning Tea/Coffee and a muffin (note: lunch is not included in course fee)
- Most important camera settings reiterated
- Advanced focus & hyperfocal distance
- Understanding light quality & White balance (understanding colour temp)
- Shooting Black & White
- The histogram in detail & finer points of exposure
- Using Flash (on/off-camera)
- Shooting with Live View
- Advanced autofocus modes
- Composition (rules & when to break them)
- Post-production editing - basic Adobe Lightroom
- Introduction to landscape, portraiture & doco photography
- Shooting from a tripod, long exposure, low light shooting
For more information or to book, go visit the official website.