I’m a 98% self-taught photographer. My knowledge has been gained through trial and error in the field – which was pretty pricey back in the days of film. A few years ago I wanted to take my photography to the next level, so I participated in a photo workshop around the Lake Powell area.
It’s in that mindset that I have planned a day-long workshop in Sandy, Utah, to help any level of photographer take their skills up a few notches. It’s a mixture of in-the-field experience, classroom learning and a photo critique.
I’ve scheduled the workshop for Saturday, December 9, 2017, starting at 6:30 a.m. with an opening landscape photo shoot in the field, followed by some classroom discussions and photo critique. After all that, a final afternoon photo shoot will wrap up the day and allow participants to put their new knowledge into practice.
Here’s a rundown of what you’ll learn:
- How to shoot M instead of A (mechanics of the camera)
- Histogram and ETTR (Exposing To The Right)
- Tips for sharper photos
- Techniques for added effects/style and composition
- Basics of Lightroom
With only eight (8) spots available, the group is small enough for more individual questions, but big enough for everyone to learn from each other.
The $50 cost covers the 11-hour photo workshop training, a light breakfast and pizza lunch, along with some snacks provided throughout the day. I’ll encourage people to carpool as we travel to the photography sites, but I remind everyone that each driver is responsible for their own gas costs.
Ready to sign up? Contact me at 801-668-6690 or at email@example.com. When registering, an invoice will be sent to the person registering for an online payment in PayPal (checks and cash not accepted).
For a complete schedule, registration details, what to bring and more, check out the event page.