Get To Know Your Camera : Part Three Saturday April 18th

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Class Three: Saturday, April 18th


Focusing Points
Every camera can be a little different when it comes to Focusing Points. It's important to know how to control them and how to use them to your advantage.

Focusing Modes
Camera Focus modes are used to help you lock your focus points on your subject. We will discuss the differences between automatic and manual focusing and why you would use one over the other. When shooting in auto focus modes we will even go a little further to discuss the differences in single and continuous focusing modes and why to use them.

White Balance
White Balance is the process of removing unrealistic color cast in images. Adjusting white balance allows us to photograph objects which appear white in person and have the correct realistic color of white in a photograph.

Picture Styles
In order to achieve a certain look in your photos, camera manufacturers let you choose picture styles or film simulations. These are often based on traditional film characteristics for example allowing you to shoot black and white, sepia or vivid color etc.