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This is the ideal workshop for beginner photographers who need to learn the basics to obtain that all-important foundation to build and gain knowledge for the future. If you know the basics of photography, the rest becomes much easier and you can always fall back on the basics to help you out in difficult situations. Join me in this workshop which enriches your knowledge of the important theoretical part and is followed by practical exercises to see for yourself how it works in the field.

Beginner/Basic Photography Workshop

DATE:        16, 17 June
PLACE:      Hotel Thule, Windhoek
TIME:         09:00 - 16:00
COST:         N$ 1 950 per person 

The Program

  • 09:00 - Arrival tea/coffee served with mini croissants.

  • Morning break served with tea/coffee, a variety of half-open rolls (Brötchens) with different toppings & a fruit bowl as well as fresh fruit juice.

  • 12:00 - Lunch (for your own pocket which is available at the restaurant).

  • 13:00 - Workshop resumes.

  • 16:30 - Workshop end for the day.

What you will learn

  • How does a DSLR camera work
  • Camera Modes & how to hold a camera
  • Camera sensors
  • Planning a shoot
  • Exposure - over or under
  • Exposure Triangle
  • Read the histogram
  • Metering Modes
  • Aperture / f-stop
  • Depth of field
  • Lenses
  • Focussing
  • Shutter
  • ISO
  • White Balance
  • Composition
  • Extras
  • Cleaning
  • And more...
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It is important for you to get to know your camera before you attend the workshop. You have to make sure where to find certain settings that might be in the camera's menu or through buttons on the camera itself. Make use of your camera's instruction manual to get to know your camera.

It is really time-wasting during the workshop for me to help you figure out your own camera. Apart from various camera makes like Nikon, Canon, etc. cameras also differ with each model within a certain brand. I do not know every camera that is found on the market and therefore I request for you to do some homework before the workshop starts.

Only 10 spots available - maximum

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