Not So Basic Digital Photo: Learn with a professional in historic Pioneer Square
Did you know that Aperture isn't the only thing that controls Depth of Field? In fact, it's only one of three very important details when controlling DOF. This class is an intermediate photography class. You probably know how to change your aperture, shutter speed, and ISO but perhaps you don't know why to change which? Or perhaps you want to fine tune your exposure, composition, and focusing skills. Do you have a lens but not really know what it's limitations are? Are you looking to purchase a new lens and don't know where to start? This class is for you. 10:45am Doors Open (holler at your new friends and say hello to your host) 11:00am Lesson Begins (get your cameras out, it's fumbling w/ buttons time) 12:15pm Practice Time (it's time to bowl baby ... with bumpers!) 1:00pm Last Call / Q&A (squeeze every ounce of info out of the pro) 1:15pm Doors Close (you don't have to go home, but you can't stay here) There is limited space to allow plenty of hands on help for your particular needs. Check out your host's work: www.lindseymillerphoto.com or @lindseymillerphoto Yes, bring and use your own camera for this class. No, you do not need a big fancy DSLR camera - don't know what a DSLR is? Come learn! We'll be indoors, at Pioneer Collective, a co-working space in Pioneer Square. If the weather is nice, we may just practice our new skills outside. Parking is FREE on Sundays, and no, there is no Seahawks game that day in town, I already checked :) All major busses and trains stop in Pioneer Square. Things we'll be discussing: - Depth of Field - Lenses - Composition - Creative Focusing - Metering Modes
I'm Lindsey Miller, a professional digital photographer, and a visual problem solver. I have a Masters in Digital Photography from SVA in NYC. I am based out of Seattle, but travel frequently for work, especially Dallas. I geek out on tea, nintendo, produce, and science fiction. I am quite fond of teaching photography. I get a good feeling when that light bulb finally sparks and you're putting the pieces together. It's an addictive process. I've been shooting since 2002 and teaching since 2009. I've taught semester courses at universities, private lessons, and workshops. I teach all parts of photography from learning the camera, to perfecting style and portfolio.
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