Introduction to Photography
Do you have a new DSLR camera? Or a camera that you know has so many options you just don’t know where to start? Are you shooting in aperture priority but your images aren’t coming out the way you want? Do people tell you that you take great pictures but you want to be better? Introduction Photography Workshops starts at the very beginning. We start by teaching you the basics of the camera functions, then we get to the fun hands-on training part! After a small information session, we’ll take you out on a photo safari for hands-on learning. We’ll answer all your questions as you start applying your new introduction photography knowledge in the field. We’ll provide the models and the amazing locations, you provide the energy and your own camera to this awesome Introduction Photography Workshop! For some examples of our work, and the the images from students, check out the Introduction Photography Workshops blog.
The goal for the Intro workshop is to get you comfortable with you camera and shooting in manual mode. The first hour of this 3-hour workshop is going over those seemingly daunting camera settings you’ve heard about but don’t know how to use. We explain everything with visuals in an open question environment. A minimum of 3 professionals are within arm’s length to help you get your camera prepared for manual shooting. We like to make it as close to a one-on-one session as we can. At the end of the lecture we roam the outdoor classroom, the beautiful, historic Barrington Hall, and turn words to action while photographing real models. The professionals will walk you through their camera’s manual settings and explain different types of lighting. This is a great opportunity to shoot as much as you want and explore your camera’s settings while having the guidance of professionals close by. You’re in the right spot! For some examples of our work, and the the images from students, check out the Introduction Photography Workshops blog.
INTRO Photo Workshop Inside Topics Include:
What your manual camera settings do
Understanding how light works in your camera
How to read and use your in-camera meter
How to shoot portraits of people in manual settings
Rules of Thumb for photography beginners
First steps in finding flattering lighting for your subjects
How to shoot a portrait when the light isn’t favorable
How to read a histogram for perfectly exposed images
What makes Creative Edge Introduction to Photography Class Different?
Hands-on portion of photographing models
Minimum of 2 professional photographers at all times
Video feedback follow up for images you took during the workshop
Video Overview emailed to you after the workshop to review all topic covered
Our Introduction to Photography eBook FREE, a $24 value
$50 off your registration to the next Intermediate Photography class
This workshop covers a lot of information which the first step in creating fantastic pictures. Overwhelmed is often the feeling for any beginner photographer. Do not fear! Our team of professional photographers will help you understand! After the informational section of the class, we bring in models to help drive home the topics. Here at Creative Edge Photography Workshops we believe in the power of hands-on. With this photography class you’re getting more than classroom time. You also get the opportunity to practice what you learned here at Barrington Hall.
Once you’ve taken our Intro, you can advance to our Intermediate! There we will advance your knowledge a little further, discussing flash and problem solving tricky but common lighting situations. The images you take are yours to keep, show them off to family members, friends and coworkers! All our models sign model releases so you can put them in your online portfolio and share them with the world. Your friends and family will be so impressed they’ll want to join in the fun. Bring them along for at discounted price! After you feel comfortable with your camera, be sure to come back for our Specialty Photography Workshops. We have several to choose from! You opportunities to shoot will expand ten fold!
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In the market for a camera but don’t know what to buy? Sign up for this workshop, and we’ll loan you a camera! That way you can get comfortable with Manual on a dSLR before you buy!
REFUNDS AND EXCHANGES POLICY:
Before booking workshops, please carefully review your workshop information; including location, date, time, and cost. You may transfer your workshop to another person as long as you make arrangements with us 72 hours prior to the date of the workshop. Exchanges to another workshop of the same price is possible, as long as seats are still available and you make arrangements with us 72 hours prior to the date of the original workshop scheduled. Refunds will not be given in the event of a missed workshop. No refunds will be rewarded for day-of cancellations, some exceptions may apply. Please keep in mind we have the right to reschedule a workshop to another date if we do not have a minimum of 6 attendees signed up a week prior to the workshop, or due to inclement weather.
|Barrington Hall||Nov 12, 2017||2 PM – 5 PM||15 Students|
|Barrington Hall||Dec 9, 2017||2 PM – 5 PM||15 Students|
|Barrington Hall||Jan 13, 2018||2 PM – 5 PM||15 Students|
|Barrington Hall||Jan 28, 2018||2 PM – 5 PM||15 Students|
|Barrington Hall||March 18, 2018||2 PM – 5 PM||15 Students|
Where do I meet?
We will meet at the historic Barrington Hall:
535 Barrington Dr,
Roswell, GA 30075
To see students work and to check out blogs full of photography tips click any of the images below and explore!
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