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Manual Photography Mini-WORKSHOP

July 13, 2019 | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

$70
photogarphy private lessons at everydayphotoclass in houston

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WORKSHOPS & EXCURSION registrations are NON-REFUNDABLE . Return/Reschedule Policy

Suggest Equipment (* Required): *Camera, *Lens, *Charged Battery, *Memory Card, Printout of Downloadable Notes, Pen & Paper
Maximum Attendance: 16
Minimum Attendance: If less than 5 people have registered, this event will be cancelled and you will receive a refund.

DESCRIPTION: The Manual Photography Mini-Workshop is a one-day 3 hour lecture styled class teaching you the depths of Manual Photography. Understanding Manual photography is essential in truly mastering your camera to the greatest depths. This class seeks to fill gaps in your skill set and give you confidence through your knowledge. You will learn what it takes to balance ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed & exposure. We will also cover the importance of “Stops” when gauging your exposures and deciphering lighting. The goal of this class is to understand how to completely manage your camera’s ISO, Aperture & Shutter Speed settings and how to use your knowledge to proficiently maneuver your imagery and exposure.

Topics Covered: The concept of “Stops” in photography, How to measure light, ISO Aperture Shutter Speed in Manual, Metering in Manual, Manipulating exposure values

Details

Date:
July 13, 2019
Time:
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cost:
$70
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Website:
www.everydayphotoclass.com

Organizer

Lana Kelley
Phone:
281-716-2112

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  1. The notes were e-mailed to everyone a couple of days ago. Try checking your Spam folder to see if it ended up there

  2. I am logged but I do not see anything to download and print Workshop Materials Packet.

    1. The notes were e-mailed to everyone a couple of days ago. Try checking your Spam folder to see if it ended up there

  3. Hi Lana I am having a hard time figuring out how my camera works. I am so frustrated that I am unable to take decent pictures. Should I take this class again. My old film camera was so intuitive. Maybe because I am a Baby Boomer and I have little experience with the digital world and I am so busy concentrating when I try to get a good picture and I failed miserably. Thanks

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