@Blue Ridge Wildlife Center - Shooting in Manual Mode (Part 1)
Location: Blue Ridge Wildlife Center
Level: This is for anyone who has a camera with the ability to shoot in manual mode.
***50% of all proceeds go to the Blue Ridge Wildlife Center***
This class is geared for anyone who wants to learn manual shooting specifics, or some who wants to take their understanding farther with tips, tricks and techniques.
This is the beginning of getting the full power out of your camera. In this class, you'll learn about ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture, the three fundamental bases for shooting photos in manual mode. We'll go through what they do, how they affect your photos and then look at real world scenarios that you might find yourself shooting in. It is highly recommended that you have both the Photography: Composing Your Shots and the Photography: Reading the Light classes prior.
There will be up to 1.5hr class time and then we will go outside and have the very rare opportunity to photograph the Blue Ridge Wildlife Center's Education Ambassadors. You'll be able to try what you just learned as I assign tasks for shooting in manual mode, and I'll be there to answer your questions. This is a an AWESOME class, don't miss this.
Class is rain or shine, but if weather is not permitting for the photo walk then all participants will receive a voucher to attend one of my other photo walks at a later time. Photo walk may contain individuals not in your class.
Full refund given if canceled more than 7 days prior to class. If less than 7 days no refund returned unless your spot is filled. By purchasing this class you agree to this cancellation policy.