To attend this course, you are expected to have a basic background knowledge and understanding of your digital camera, ideally having already attended our Digital Camera - Basic Camera Skills and Functions
This course moves onto such terms as depth of field, metering modes and how you can use household objects to better light your photographs.
This intermediate level short course is designed for those that have some experience and knowledge of how to use their own camera on manual settings e.g. white balance, aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings’.
Please note this is a intermediate level course and not suitable for those who already have a fair knowledge of their camera functions.
What are the entry requirements?
· Experience and knowledge of how to use your camera on manual settings e.g. white balance, aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings
· Digital camera
· Enthusiasm to learn
· Aged 18+
How long is the course?
What will the course involve?
Practical advice and guidance about your camera and lighting set ups.
How long will I be learning?
What equipment will I need?
• Digital camera
• Instruction manual for your camera
• Note taking device or notepad and pen
• Any camera accessories you may have
• Masking tape
• White A4 piece of cardboard
• An object in your home that you can focus on i.e. a bottle, tin or fruit bowl
How will I know if I am making progress?
• Feedback throughout session
What course work will I be expected to complete?
In class tasks
What can I expect to learn from this course?
• Depth of field, lenses, files formats, metering mode explanations. Camera accessories explained.
• How to household light sources and objects to create studio like shots.
What other training programmes and progression opportunities are there?