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)
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.
- 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
*some notes in e-book format will be shared too….
See you there. 🙂