305 West 700 South,
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
In this course, More to Photography Part Two, we'll focus on achieving the optimum exposure of your scene. We will expand deep into the details and tricks to exposure and how it is controlled in your camera. We will explore metering modes, histograms, gray cards, and white balance to better understand exposures in your camera.
Light Metering modes have different ways of metering light. As light travels through the camera and exposes on the sensor its reflective light meter will inform you where aperture, shutter, and ISO must be properly adjusted.
Gray cards are used in photography to help you properly expose a scene that might be fooled by your reflective light meter. We will show you the correct ways on how to use a gray card and use it to your benefit to get proper exposure when needed.
The histogram is one of the most important and least understood tools on your camera. We will demonstrate how to read your histogram which tells you whether or not your image is properly exposed.
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.
Be sure to bring your DSLR or an advanced point and shoot camera to this class, because we will doing a lot of hands-on learning!
This class will be taught by Dave Ward.
Find More to Photography Part Three by clicking here.