Saturday October 14

Perfect Pictures Every Time for Beginners with Carl Heilman II. #1137-1014. 1 day. 10am-6pm. Tuition $205. Member Tuition $195. Materials Fee $0. 

 

 

Understanding photography basics is the key to taking control of your camera, and knowing you got the shot when you were taking it. If you would like to take your skill level from shooting in Auto to having full control over your camera, this intensive class is for you! A step by step PowerPoint presentation helps teach the basic principles of photography including: camera options and set-up, peripheral equipment, image exposure and histograms, and will touch on shooting for HDR, and working with motion, depth of field, and composition. The class is paced to allow time for questions and interaction, with about half of the day in the classroom experimenting with the cameras, and the other half spent in the field, practicing camera techniques and shooting options. A comprehensive handout will include all the major points covered in the presentation. While the class instruction is mostly landscape based, these techniques and principles can be applied to all photographic situations.

 

 

NOTE:  Equipment requirements include a DSLR and lens system/OR full featured point and shoot camera (preferably with screw-on filter and tripod capability), a sturdy tripod, and a remote release. In addition, bring along whatever variety of lenses you have.

 

 

Schedules

  • Occurred Saturday, October 14th, 2017 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Venue

Adirondack Folk School

51 Main Street
Lake Luzerne New York 12846, NY 12846

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