Digital Photography I
This workshop will give you a better understanding of your camera and of the skills required to create successful images. In a supportive environment, and through personalized demonstrations, critique and fun assignments, you will explore the foundations of digital photography using digital cameras and basic image editing software.
With a focus on the tools, methods and ideas associated with the craft of photography, you will become familiar with concepts such as exposure, focal length, types of lenses, formats, and digital processing.
You will finish this workshop with a working knowledge of your camera and basic portfolio.
- Origins of Photography
- Types of Cameras
- File formats and sizes
- Exposure triangle (Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO)
- Digital Workflow
- Exposure modes
- Staged Photography vs Documentary Photography
- Types of light vs quantity of light
- Color temperature and white balance
- Basic concepts on photo editing
- Portrait photography
- Storytelling basics
- Output settings
- Backing up the work
- Printing and archive.
Instructor: Jorge Andres Castillo, Paul Perdomo
Duration: 24 hours
Sessions: 8 sessions (weekdays) / 6 sessions (Saturdays)
Requirements: Beginners, bring your digital camera with manual controls.