The first week covers the three main components to a properly exposed photograph: ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. We also discuss how to adjust these numbers based on the vision you have for your image.
The key to a good image is focus. In week two, we discuss the different options for selecting your focal point and we will also cover how the Aperture and Shutter Speed you select may impact the focus of your image.
Light plays a HUGE role in the outcome of your final image. Week three covers “good” light vs “bad” light, in both indoor and outdoor situations.
Finally, week four goes over how to properly compose an image according to some of the most common photography “rules.”
Note: I spend a lot of time giving one-on-one, personalized feedback during this course -- for both those participants taking this in person and those doing it online only. Because of my capacity, I can only offer 5 seats total in this class. Seats will fill on a first-come, first-served basis.