Get to know your Digital Camera
13 Dec 2020
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Tutor - Martin Edwards
Saturday 13 December 2020, 11am - 4pm
This workshop is aimed at those who have a camera with settings beyond fully automatic, and who would like to ‘get off auto’ and understand more about what they do and how to use them. You don’t have to be a complete beginner but have a desire to know your apertures from your shutters, and how to get more control over exposure, focus, colour and other settings. This is a practical class, with a mix of learning and practicing in the classroom and going outside to use your skills and knowledge at a location nearby.
Your don’t need any particular kind of camera, but to get the most from the workshop it should have a mode dial, or menu settings, something like the one in the photo - if in doubt please ask and the tutor will get back to you with advice.
You should bring a spare battery (or a newly charged one if you don’t have a spare), and a printed or electronic manual if possible, as the menu settings do vary between brands and models.
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Participants must be 16 or over.
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If eligible, discounts must be applied when first purchasing your class and cannot be given retrospectively. Please contact us if the discount code is not working.
All basic materials provided for this workshop (heavier weight papers available at cost price). Please bring an apron or wear clothes suitable for an art studio. You may wish to bring in something to take work home.
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