Session 4 - Photography in the Field
Now to apply what you have learned!
Participants will go on a field trip to Mono Cliffs and apply the principles taught in previous sessions
This series of 4 individual workshops will help you understand your camera, learn how to use it creatively, and do some basic editing using free software. You can take each separately or purchase all 4 and SAVE (see below)
In this final session, participants will have a chance to practise the principles taught in previous sessions, with the help of instructor Kathy MacFarlane.
During this session, we plan to practise:
Prerequisite: Must have taken at least one of the three previous sessions in this series.
The other sessions are:
Session 1 - Thursday, September 7: Understanding Your Camera
Session 2 - Thursday, September 21: Depth of Field and Understanding How to Use your Camera Creatively
Session 3 - Thursday, October 12: Understanding Post Processing
Session 4 - Saturday, October 28: Field Trip to Mono Cliffs
*Purchasing all four sessions at the same time makes you eligible for the discounted pricing option
|All 4 Sessions Discount (SSAC Member Rate for each class)||$50.00|
|All 4 Sessions Rate (Non-Member Rate for each class)||$52.50|
|SSAC Member Price||$56.00|
Saturday Oct 28, 2023 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
A DSLR (a camera that can change lenses) or a Point-and-Shoot camera is required – no cell phones please.
I received my first camera when I graduated from university many years ago, and photography quickly became my passion.
I have turned that passion into a photography business. Over the years, I have developed a love of capturing unscripted activities. Whether it is a fundraising event or a sporting event, I am always up for the challenge of capturing the story and the people enjoying the activities.
That love of action photography combined with nature photography has expanded into bird photography and catching the birds in flight. I also spend a lot of time exploring this big world we live in and use my photos to capture stories of what I see. I am always trying to learn new techniques and improve, so I shoot every week.