Dive deeper into your photographic journey in this third-level photography class.
This class will explore Lenses, Filters, Lens Shades, andmore.
Designed for photographers who have taken Photography 101, 201 or who have sufficient understanding of basic aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings and who want to learn more about lenses, filters and lens shades.
In Photography 401, Brian will begin this class with an in-depth look at lenses and will explain the different types of filters and lens shades available.
This class will leave you with a better understanding of “how to” choose the best lens for any photographic activity and get you to think about why a polarizer is the best accessory to have in your bag and when you need a neutral density filter and a lens shade.
This is a Two-Part class. The first class will give you a broad foundation lenses, filters and shades. At the end of the first class, you will be given a homework assignment and you will have two weeks to complete the assignment and join your classmates virtually for a critique and discussion about the images you took.
· Different Types of Lenses
· Aperture: Variable Vs. Fixed
· Zoom Lens and Prime Lenses
· Lens Quality
· Lens Standards
· Field of View and Perspectives
· Full Frame Vs. Cropped
· Neutral Density
· Lens Hoods and Lens Shades
About Your Instructor: Brian Rabin
Brian is a certified photographic consultant and The Industrial Sales Manager at Mike's Camera in Boulder. Brian is a seasoned photographer and a lead instructor at Mike's Camera. He is well known for his enthusiasm and passionate instruction style and brings over 20 years of experience in various photographic disciplines including event photography, portraiture, macro and street photography. His work has appeared in one-man shows, group exhibits and has been published in national and local magazines.
Live Online Event - Two Sessions
Session One: Saturday, August 28, 2021
Session Two: Saturday, September 11, 2021
10:00am - 12:00pm Pacific
11:00am - 1:00pm Mountain
12:00pm - 2:00pm Central
1:00pm - 3:00pm Eastern