This programme is intended for people with an interest in digital photography and wish to explore the subject further. It introduces participants to basic photography, including exposure control and composition. The workshop adopts a practical approach in helping users to familarise with their cameras. Different scene types are introduced followed by suggestion of a systematic approach to exposure and composition.
This group workshop can be conducted as it is or be part of a larger corporate/enrichment programme where photography is adopted as a life skill. The normal three hours can be shortened if the image critique and extended question time are eliminated. Workshop note is supplied to further help participants in retaining the various topics discussed.
At the end of the talk the participants should be able to:
- Understand the key elements of a good photograph.
- Understand exposure control.
- Recognise the different types of scenes.
- Adopt a systematic approach to composition.
Content: (3-hour Workshop-cum-Clinic)
- Criteria for good photography
- Exposure control
- Digital camera controls
- Photographic scenes
- Systematic approach to exposure control
- Systematic approach composition
- Image critique and extended question time
- $200, max. 30 participants..