Color, Contrast, Lighting, and Composition Workshop (or, what are you looking at?)
Photography is more than pointing your camera at a scene and tripping the shutter. In this workshop, we will cover the following concepts:
We will explore the power of color and its effects on the viewer.
We will examine how contrast can be used to convey a mood.
We will discuss why and how the direction and temperature of light affects an image.
We will look at compositional tips to improve the overall image.
The 3-hour course will cover these topics in depth. Students will gain a solid grounding in these concepts and best practices essential for success. Session includes critique of a submitted image.
Students who complete this class will be able to understand the effect of color, contrast and lighting in a scene and the process of framing (composing) an image.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
New and experienced photographers will benefit from this course.
Date: Saturday, April 10th
Place: Online - Instructor-Led
Time: 9 am - 12:00 pm
Cost: $50 (No refunds, if there is a waitlist you may select an alternate to go in your place)
Maximum 25 participants.
For more information, contact Silvana Della Camera at firstname.lastname@example.org