Once every two or three years I give a session of my Get Your Camera Off Auto all-day workshop. We have a session coming up here in Berkeley, California on Saturday January 23, 2016.
The point of this workshop is to demystify the underlying tools of photography—including exposure, aperture, f-stops, shutter speed, ISO, and focal length—and to demonstrate how they are related. This is a hands-on workshop.
There will be demonstrations and structured exercises in a supportive environment.
Once the concepts are clear, we will work one-on-one with participants to help them understand mentally and physically how to implement these ideas using their individual camera. Participants will be encouraged to apply the concepts that they are learning in conjunction with gaining an appreciation for seeing the world photographically.
If you are someone who thinks they have an affinity for seeing, but whose photos don’t quite match their vision with the camera on automatic, then this is definitely the workshop for you.
Also, this workshop is a great deal of fun, and a stimulus to creativity in other areas of your life in addition to photography!!!
Tuition is $99. To reserve your place, click here for more information, syllabus, and registration.