Instructor: Carlos Causo
Would you like to learn the more advanced camera features of your DSLR? This class will cover the following advanced functionalities of your DSLR: when to use RAW format vs JPG; how to manage your White Balance Options; how to manage the Auto Focus options; using External Flashes and light modifiers effectively; how to use your camera’s TTL meter to control multiple dedicated external flashes and balance ambient and artificial lights to create professional results. Information on how to use your histogram to maximize your image quality and managing your lens aperture and focal length to accomplish different aesthetic effects will be covered.
Additionally, ADOBE LIGHTROOM* will be introduced in the second session of the class: Learn how to upload, edit and organize your photos using adobe Lightroom. Learn how to upload, organize, tag and add your photos to collections in Library mode, Edit them in Develop mode, create an amazing book or slideshow for presentation, print and design your unique web page. *Students must have a laptop with Adobe Lightroom installed to follow along.
This class is for owners of the following cameras; Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony and Leica. Please bring your camera and manual with you to class. The recommended textbook for this class is the National Geographic Field Guide to Photography: Secrets to making great pictures by Caputo and Burian.
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10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Section A: Saturdays, March 17 – 24 (two morning sessions)
Fee: Member $55; Non-member, $75