Workshop: Get out of AUTO on your DSLR/Mirrorless camera


Learn how to shoot in Aperture, Shutter Speed and Manual modes. This workshop will help you understand the balancing act between Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO to get the best exposure and results for the image. This is a hands on workshop. You will require a camera that allows for Aperture Priority (A/Av), Shutter Priority (S/Tv) and Manual (M).


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Have you ever wondered why your images never turn out the way you expect? Are you confused about the different settings and the results they will give you? Do you want to get out of AUTO settings?  This is a great opportunity for those of you who want to understand camera settings and when & how to use them. We will also be covering the basic principles of photography i.e. Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO and their relationship in order to capture the images you expect from your equipment. At the end of this workshop you should be able to confidently choose the right camera settings to get the best results.

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DURATION: Approx 3.5 hours

EQUIPMENT: Camera, lenses with a fully charged battery, memory card(s) and user manual. A tripod is handy but not essential for this walk.

PERSONAL: Comfortable walking shoes, water, hat, sunglasses, suntan lotion and an umbrella/wet weather jacket (if the weather looks bad).

DISTANCE: This is an easy walk (about 3km return) with lots of stops along the way.

GETTING THERE: Bus or Train to St James or Martin Place Station is the easiest. Parking at the Domain is also available at a cost.

COST: $80.00. Price includes coffee/tea/juice/soft drink at beginning of workshop.

Minimum 2 attendees required to proceed. Maximum 4.

Please Note: By clicking RSVP on this event you understand that you are attending AT YOUR OWN RISK. While all care is taken, no responsibility is taken for any loss or damage/injury to you or your equipment during the event.