Phototography Courses - Spring 2014
. Introduction to Digital Photography & Intermediate: Creative Techniques - for the beginner or anyone wanting to move beyond auto mode and create the photos you have always wanted to shoot
Introduction to Photography:
Day Classes: April/May 2014 Times 9:30 to 2:00 (approximately)
Introductory course to
Introduction to Digital Photography - Saturday April 12 & Saturday May 24.2014
Location: Uptown/YukYuk's 193 Kenmount Rd
Phone 743-0398 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register or for complete updated details
INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY
Understanding your Camera. An overview of your
camera’s features and how to use them.
Understanding Camera Modes: Portrait Mode, Sports Mode, Landscape
Mode and Close Up/Macro Mode.
Introduction to: Depth of field, aperture/f-stop, basic exposure, focusing
and shutter speed
Learn how to compose better pictures – rule of thirds, s-curves, framing etc.
Tips and techniques to take better people photos, travel and outdoor
What to Bring: Make sure you bring your camera - A camera that will enable you to manipulate and share your images as digital files. Obviously a digital camera is designed to do this – your digital camera should be 2 mega-pixels or more. Whatever camera you use, it is preferable if it has some controls or settings (e.g. shutter speed, aperture or automatic settings such as ‘sport’, ‘landscape’ or ‘portrait’), as the course will teach you about the full range of controls and settings that a photographer uses. Also if you can bring your Owners Manual
Intermediate Course: Creative Techniques
Day Classes: 2014 Times 9:30 to 2:00 (approximately)
Intermediate Photography /YukYuk's 193 Kenmount Rd
Phone 743-0398 or email email@example.com to register or for complete updated details
This course is designed for the person who has a fundemental knowledge of their digital camera
including a basic understanding of apature, depth of field, lighting and composition. You will learn through classroom instruction, illustrations, flat screen presentations, actual photo examples and you will practice your skills in a 1 hour outdoor photo shoot. The course is designed to be intensive and interactive with a discussion period after each topic. The Topics Include:
Beyond the basics: Improving your basic skills with advanced camera techniques.
(Including a quick review of depth of field, aperture, shutter speed etc.)
Aperture Priority: control depth of field, low light situations and controlling speed.
Shutter Priority: How to control stop action or show motion
Filters: How to enhance your photos with polarizing filter, gray grad filter,
skylight filter and neutral density filters
Exposure and Light: quality of light, low light situations, long exposure shots.
Lenses: Wide angle, Telephoto, Macro
Introduction to HDR – high dynamic range photography.
Photo editing basics: learn basics of cropping and general enhancing features with various editing software explained.
Introduction to RAW files.
Your instructor is Jim Hart.
Jim is an accomplished photographer with 35 years of experience.
Jim is a long time graduate of the New York Institute of Photography. He has experience in managing a retail photo studio. Jim has experience in sports team photography and studio portrait phototography.
He currently sells his photography and art on line and through various outlets throughout the province.