After the lesson in our "Basic Camera Course " we taught Marisa how to blur photos in 2 different creative ways. She learned to use various camera speeds and a short focus technique with an ordinary lens.
For this photo she used the panning with the shutter method to capture her friend who is the bicyclist that is in focus.
Bicycle riders: ©Marisa Terranova
This Basic Camera Course will teach you:
Part 1: We will cover the basics (and keep it simple):
Lunch Break: During this break we'll go outside to apply additional practice to what you have learned.
These set-ups will help your new knowledge sink in .
Part II: The Results
"Students have brought me cameras that were still in their boxes and they 'get it' by the time class is done." JA
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"Helped me make friends with my camera, So much hands-on here"
Deb M, TV producer on the Basic Camera Workshop.
Private Lessons Can Be Arranged for any course
Learn how to drive the technology known as the modern camera. It simply comes down to aperture and shutter speed, as it has for over 150 years. After that, it is your choice of options on the camera's menu.
You bought the newest digital camera . Now learn all about the options and how to best use them.
"I was able to freeze frame an image of a moving cyclist. in the middle of twenty others shot on the amazing cobblestone steets of SoHo. Amazing!" Sandy L.
Basic Camera I
One Day Workshop $349
11:00 to 5:00pm
Semi-private - Maximum 3 students
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