DSLR Camera - Focus on Motion
This class focuses on the camera’s shutter and how and why to control the shutter. Expand your camera skills and get into creative shutter exposures by learning the ins and outs of Shutter Priority. Learn why Shutter Priority is used, and improve your photography by understanding this major component of every photo exposure. In this class you will use your camera in hands-on exercises with long and short exposures, while you find the exact camera settings to pan, blurred motion, stop motion, create silky waterfalls and streaming headlights. Students should bring their camera, manual, tripod (if they have one), questions and charged batteries to class for hands-on experience. This class has lectures as well as hands-on exercises with long photo exposure.
Friday, November 2 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room: LI 171 $59 + $5 material fee to instructor
Inst.: Noella Vigeant