There is no photographer without a camera, but there is no photographer who does not know how to use it. That’s why we created this workshop that concentrates all the basic knowledge of digital camera handling in two days of theory and practice.
The first day is devoted to the abundance of machine settings and choices and to their in-depth understanding with the aim of a perfect creative result. Topics discussed include understanding shutter speed and aperture, program differences, white balance, RAW files, focal lengths, and lens usage.
The second day comes to exploit the theory in practice with an outdoor photography education. Here the participants will have the opportunity to test their knowledge through examples and exercises and to get answers to all their questions in practice. Field and motion depth control, available light, proper exposure, and proper use of the built-in flash are some of the topics that the lesson will focus on.
At the end of the seminar, participants will be able to handle their camera with confidence, knowing each and every opportunity, and have created their own set of technically perfect and impressive images.
The workshop is about beginners with a handheld digital camera that they should carry with them. Notes and extra photographic equipment are provided for demonstration purposes.