Sports Photography /Autumn Art School
11 May @ 7:00 PM - 13 May @ 5:00 PM
There are 3 basic questions that will become second nature to you.
- Know your subject. It’s amazing how many people don’t really know what they are trying to shot so just shoot lot’s and hope.
- Simplify the subject. This shot is about what? How can I make them stand out?
- Eliminate anything that takes away from the subject.
Master these 3 steps and you will go a long way to becoming an outstanding photographer in any field.
On a more practical level we will also cover:
ISO, APERATURE and SHUTTER SPEED. Which one is a priority? Why would I change my settings? How often should I change my settings or can I set and forget? Is there a magic formula I can use?
White Balance, Focus and Depth of field, Angles, Composition on the Run, Digital Camera Modes such as Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual Mode, Exposure Compensation and when to use it, What Type of Camera and Lens do I need? What gear other than cameras and lenses should I take? Shooting Etiquette including flash photography
With John Napper