Basic Photography Tutorial

A view in Tasik Kompleks Sukan Likas, Kota Kinabalu.

Understand it on field and….practice it on field.

Date : Saturday – April 9, 2011

Venue : Tasik Kompleks Sukan Likas

Fee : RM100 / person

Time : from 9.00am to 4.00pm (all on outdoor)

Who should attend this basic photography tutorial?
If you ask me on what setting that I used to take on “one particular photo” then you should attend this because I will share (and make sure you get the understanding) on how to “meter light” to get the setting for right exposure using your very own in-camera “light meter” Remember, setting is “measured and judge by you on site/location.. and not remembered by heart 🙂
I will also share on the theory and practical on how your camera sensor response to light and will cover on “M”, “A”, “S” and how to use the “P” button for fast and accurate exposure..

MAIN HIGHLIGHT IN THIS TUTORIAL

  • The exposure is determined by how much light reaches the camera’s sensor. A “good exposure ” means that your photo is not too bright or too dark. There are two settings that control your exposure: aperture and shutter speed. They also have a big affect on the appearance of the subject or scene you’re photographing. The details about these settings can get a little technical, but bear with me. If you understand the general idea of aperture and shutter speed, it will make it easier for you to capture the pictures you want.
  • Metering refers to how the camera is reading the light on your subject or scene. Once you get this.. taking any photo is “NOT” a “BLIND TRIAL AND ERROR” anymore
  • Knowing how your camera sees the tones i a scene will help you get the exposure you need.

MY ASSURANCE

  • at the end of the tutorial – “NO MORE – GUESS SETTING” – every participant is able to get at least 90% exposure accuracy on their 1st single shot! Trust me…

Bahasa Penyampaian – Sakap Sabah buli, dusun buli, broken inglis pun buli 🙂 (literary that means the tutorial will be delivered in BM, English or in Dusun language… according to your need)

However, I would like to know in advance if you decide to join me, you may do so by dropping me a message in my Facebook inbox or just email me. Here is the links for you

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ruslanlusi

email: ruslanlusi@gmail.com

*some notes in e-book format will be shared too….

See you there. 🙂

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About lano lan

A freelance photographer with 5 years experience in photography. Familiar with local culture in Malaysia and has vast experience in capturing moments in any local event particularly in Sabah. As a full time photographer, I am also familiar and able to take advantage of the local climate condition. In other words, rain or shine, there is always a chance of capturing lights in action.
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