Sun, 24 July|
What is correct exposure and using a lightmeter workshop
What you will learn Correct exposure defined and how to look, expose and shoot for it, to obtain consistent correct exposures time and time again. Develop an understanding of how different light meters work & when you should use one. Includes grey, B&W & colour scales & passport checker.
Time & Location
24 July 2022, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
GuyLittleCreative, 262 Beach Road, Black Rock VIC 3193, Australia
About the event
Instructors Guy Little, professional photographer for 37 years and photography lecturer at RMIT University Photo Imaging for 22 years and gun RMIT Photo Imaging student Gianluca Caretta.
Location is at a professional photographic studio in Black Rock, Melbourne.
Overview This is a short two hour workshop for those with no experience using light meters covering incident, reflected and flash metering.
Format This will consist of a brief lecture on basic light metering, followed by a short practical session in the studio for assessment and critique of photographs taken.
What to bring On the day bring your digital SLR camera body and close to standard lens with charged batteries, CF or SD card whichever card your camera takes and your camera instruction book.
Loan equipment for the workshop Light meters.
Booking Terms Full payment to be made to confirm your booking. If notice of cancellation is less than two days before the workshop date the the workshop fee will be lost. Cancellations greater than 2 days will be be refunded and an administration fee of $20 will be deducted.
Bookings and enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
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