Learn to make images like these!
Gain a thorough understanding of how to think about and modify exposure to control your photography in any lighting environment.
What You’ll Learn
- ISO (light sensitivity)
- Shutter Speed (length of exposure)
- Aperture (size of lens opening)
- Exposure Value
- Focusing at night
- How to use your camera's light meter at night
We will begin our class with an in depth examination of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. Then we will begin to examine exposure theory, which is an understanding of the interconnectedness of these three variables. Last, we will look at your camera's meter and focusing systems, how they operate, and why they fail at night.
Following the classroom instruction we will meet at a designated location for an on-site group photo shoot.
This is a fundamental building block program intended for the DSLR / Mirrorless camera owner who is looking to advance their photography in manual settings and understand the principles of light.
Once a photographer understands camera operation at night, there is no photographic situation where he or she cannot find success.
Due to the very hands-on nature of this workshop, class size is limited to 10 people.
$79.00, plus Eventbrite Online processing fee
Save 10% if you register more than 2 weeks in advance!
Tuition includes classroom instruction, one on one attention during the photo walk, plus a $10 coupon you can use towards anything instore at any Mike's Camera location!
Registration, Dates, Times & Locations
Classes not scheduled for this quarter. Please check back for future scheduled dates.
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Wed, May 23, 2018, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM MDT
What to Bring
- A DSLR or a camera that allows you to manually adjust aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and focus
- A fully charged battery and memory cards
- A Tripod is required and manual shutter release is highly recommended
- A flashlight (not flash), spare battery are also recommended
"I greatly enjoyed getting out there with you. Up until now I've been a shoot first, correct later kind of photographer, but getting out there with you is helping and encouraging me to
be a better photographer with a lot less post processing.
Best class experience yet, thank you!"