Presented by: Kim Westerskov
Just starting out? Still on ‘auto’? Just got a new camera? Not getting photos you’re happy with? Been photographing for a while, but still not ‘on top of it’? Not very confident with your current camera?
If you’re answering ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then the Photo Essentials workshop is probably exactly what you need.
Aimed at beginner and intermediate photographers, you’ll come away much more confident about your photography. For those of you who have been photographing for quite some time but have never really felt you are on top of it, we’ll cover all the basics that you probably should have learned when starting but didn’t, or have since forgotten, and then move on to making you a more competent and confident photographer.
You’ll finish the workshop as a much better photographer, and a more relaxed, happy one.
Topics we’ll cover include:
1. The myths about photography
2. The 4 things that hold most photographers back
3. Digital workflow
5. The different kinds of light
6. KIM’S TRIANGLE: Head, Heart & Technical
7. EXPOSURE TRIANGLE: Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO
8. DEPTH OF FIELD TRIANGLE: Aperture, Distance, Focal Length
9. Lenses: Which is best for any particular subject/situation.
10 Spot the shot
11. Camera modes [Auto, Program, Manual, Aperture Priority, etc] 12. Introduction to travel, landscape and people photography
Cost: Full course fee [which includes tuition, hand-outs, yummy catering, assignment, and follow-up] $295 – or $245 for Early Birds [if you register before 2nd June. Full-time students with ID $145.