Date: Saturday 14 September 2013
Date : Saturday 23 November 2013
Venue: 10 Gavin Road, Klevehill Park
Time: 8:30am -12:00pm
Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org /0832122404
Refreshments for tea will be provided.
The mastering photography skills for beginners workshop will be a theoretical and applied workshop so bring your camera equipment (with the camera manual),lenses and tripod if you have.The aim of this workshop is to help you to understand basic photography principles and then to apply them.
The course will start with an introduction to what your camera settings are all about with regards to the white balance, ISO and picture quality format. You will each be assisted in setting up your camera properly before being introduced to basics of composition and lighting. The second session of the workshop you will be taught the concepts relating to aperture priority, f-setting and speed priority. The main aim of this workshop is to get you to feel confident in using your camera in the aperture priority or speed mode. I will also discuss various techniques for capturing wildlife, landscapes, portraits of people and action shots.
Facilitator: Ingrid Sellschop
Ingrid has been doing photography for the past 20 years and is a member of the Photographic Society of South Africa and the West Rand Photography club. She won the Nature photographer award in 2011 in the Southern Coast Explorer Competition and she has published work in Photographic Vibes, an international photographic edition for photography. She has exhibited her work at photographic art exhibitions each year. She has a website ingridsellschopphotography.com where she sells photographs of wildlife and nature scenes. She is passionate about wildlife, nature and bird photography as well as landscape and macro photography