Landscape Photography Workshop (Session 1)
July 26 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Members: $60 (for both sessions)
Non-members: $75 (for both sessions)
This course is designed for beginners and intermediates who want to learn how to take control of their camera and improve their compositional skills. You will learn what happens when you adjust aperture, shutter speed, and ISO in order to be able to manually choose your settings for a desired outcome.
You will also learn how to improve your photographs through composition and lighting. You will have a chance to put into practice what you learn in the classroom during our on location sessions.
Equipment requirements: a camera that allows you to use manual mode and a lens. A tripod is also recommended but not necessary.
Session 1 – camera settings and equipment (exposure triangle) – July 26th
Become familiar with manual mode settings and what happens when you change the shutter speed, aperture and ISO. We will discuss the ideal equipment and how to get the most out of what you have.
Session 2 – meet to practice exposure triangle and various settings (location tbd) – August 2nd
In this session, you will put what you learned in week 1 into practice. This will be a great time to play around with various settings so you can see the outcome first hand. I will provide guidance and answer any questions during the session.
Instructor: Andrew Crome
Andrew is a landscape and documentary photographer based in Midland. Since moving to the area in 2017 he has been exploring and photographing the local area, most notably the many beaches and forests. Andrew enjoys the challenge of creating images that are pleasing to the eye through the use of composition, light, and post processing.
As well as his love for making images, he has a passion for teaching others to become proficient in using their cameras, so that they can focus on elements such as light and composition rather than fiddling with their camera settings.
This passion has led him to run 1-2-1 workshops and also to become the president of the Orillia and District Camera Club, where he facilitates the monthly meetings and often teaches workshops on various aspects of photography as well as judging competitions.