Get ready for summer! Looking at aperture, shutter, speed and composition, this practical course aims to cover some of the fundamentals of digital photography, enabling you to gain a better understanding of how your camera works and providing you with techniques to improve your image-making.
The course is led by Tracey Sherwood, a Senior Lecturer of Photography at the University of Northampton. Tracey conducts photography workshops and teaches photography commercially. She has shot features for numerous magazines and cookbooks, and brings a fresh and sophisticated approach to her work. Her photographs reveal a love for natural light, a passion for good food and a meticulous attention to detail.
What to bring
Although based at the Arts Centre, we may travel locally to shoot during the sessions - please wear appropriate clothing. These are practical workshops, so access to a camera is essential. Please provide your own SD cards, and it would be advisable to have a memory stick available to store your images in between sessions. A pocket-sized notebook and pen would also be handy. Tripods may be useful if you have them, but not essential.
If you have any specific questions, please email Tracey direct.
What the course covers
ISO, white balance and camera settings
Lens aperture, F-numbers and stop
Focal length of lenses and lens types
Shutter speeds and exposure
Camera metering and focusing
Camera mode settings
Depth of field
Composing your image - framing in the viewfinder
Viewpoint and emphasis
Dates and cost
Thursdays 7pm to 9pm starting on 6 June
Cost: £50 per person
Booking is essential via email@example.com or you can book online by clicking on the Book Now button below. Course suitable for ages 14+ and is limited to just 15 spaces. Your space(s) will be confirmed upon receipt of payment.