School of Photography

Helping YOU take better pictures...

one frame at a time



This is a comprehensive, hands-on 4 week program that will help you take your photography to a new level. Take greater control of your camera features, learn how to capture the image you want right from the camera. Learn to see what others can not see.


All camera makes.


(This Class is for Intermediate - Advance Photographers)    

Cost:   $ 200.00   - plus H.S.T.

Class size: Minimum 4 Students

Class size: Maximum 10 Students

12 hours total

4 Classes

3 hours each class


Prerequisite for this class:

Photo 101 or equivalent knowledge



What to Bring:


     •     D.S.L.R. Camera & Lenses

     •     External Flash (if you have one)

     •     Fully Charged Battery

     •     Tripod (Must have one)

     •     Handouts will be provide on a CD


Photo 201 Outline

     ✴      Manual Focusing

     ✴      Aperture

     ✴      Depth of Field preview

     ✴      Shutter speeds

     ✴      Manual Mode

     ✴      Exposure Compensation

     ✴      Histogram

     ✴      Bracketing

     ✴      H.D.R.

     ✴      Custom White Balance

     ✴      External flash

     ✴      Photo Trip on Class 4

2019 Dates:

May


Thursday May 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd from 6:45 PM - 9:45 PM

At 38 Orfus Road

Classroom 165


June


Friday May 31st, June 7th, 14th & 21st from 6:45 PM - 9:45 PM

At 38 Orfus Road

Classroom 165



Saturday June 1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd from 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

At 1 Yonge Street

Room 1801


Photo 201


Number of Students


PHOTO201

Photo 201 Intermediate - Manual Shooting

     

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