Camera Basics of a SLR Camera - Fall 2014
Instructor - Scotty Roxburgh
Basic intro: -
Learn how to get past using Auto Mode on your SLR Camera and improve your images.
This course will teach you how to take great images using ISO, Shutter and Aperture Priority Modes.
This course will help you go from using the Auto Mode on your SLR camera to learning how to use ISO, Shutter and Aperture Mode to improve the quality and mood of your images. See how depth of field can change what you look at in your image, how shutter speed can freeze a fast moving object or create a blurred image. Use the Histogram and not the image on your LCD screen to determine if your images are over or under exposed and how to correct the exposure based on the information provided to you on the histogram. Understand what the rule of thirds is and how you can improve the composition of your images. This course will take the mystery out many terminologies thrown around by camera buffs and teach you how to use your camera to its fullest, taking you from an average photographer to a better photographer. Once you learn these simple techniques it will be up to you to practice, practice, practice to make you a great photographer.
COST is only $20.00 for all four classes
(note you must be a CAPS member to attend)
Register at the first club meeting in September or at the first class. Payment is CASH or CHEQUE only.