Take your photography skills to the next level, as you unlock your camera’s capacity to create the stylistic effects that you desire.
This intermediate workshop is designed to take you from shooting in semi-manual modes to full manual mode, allowing you to infuse more creativity into your photography. You will enhance your understanding of how to work with light and movement, through theoretical lessons and practical exercises. By the end of the course, you will have the foundation needed to delve into advanced genres of photography, such as portraiture, travel, family, food, and wedding photography.
- Shooting in full manual mode
- HDR (High Dynamic Range)
- Panning, light painting, metering
- Flash, histograms, long exposures
- Advanced composition techniques
- Intensive manual-photography workshop, both theory and practical
- Digital workshop notes
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Suitable for those who have completed our Photography Level 1 workshop.
You should have a thorough understanding of ISO, aperture, shutter speed, and how all of these relate to each other to achieve a correct exposure. If you are not familiar with these terms or currently shoot in Auto or P mode, we recommend enrolling for our Photography Level 1 workshop prior to attending Photography Level 2.
WHAT TO BRING
- DSLR or mirrorless camera with fully-charged battery (point-and-shoot cameras and smartphones are not suitable)
- Tripod (if you have one)
- Empty memory card for your camera
- Notebook & pen
Need a camera?
If you do not yet own a DSLR/Mirrorless camera, we are happy to lend you one of our loan cameras to use during your workshop, free of charge! All you need to bring is your own SD card. To request to borrow a loan camera for your workshop, email us at least 36 hours in advance of your workshop with the subject line “Help! I Need a Camera!”; please include your workshop dates and order confirmation number in the email. Please note that we have a limited number of loan cameras available, and the program works on a first come, first served basis.