Learn how to make the most of your DSLR cameraClaudia is a technical tutor at The University Of The Arts London, and has set up this regular event to share her technical knowledge with beginners. If you have a camera, (Nikon, Canon or other DSLR), then Claudia's walking tour around the Southbank could be right up your street! Spend four hours walking around the river with like-minded people, learning about the functions and buttons on your DSLR and leave knowing how you can make the most of it. Claudia will also be throwing in travel photography tips to make sure you start taking better holiday or travel photographs immediately.
This workshop will cover the basics:
- What is a DSLR and what does it stand for?
- What is exposure?
- The Exposure Triangle
- Aperture priority mode and how to set manually
- Exposure compensation
- Focus tracking
- AE Lock
- Shallow depth of field
- White balance
The class will meet on the first floor cafe in the Royal Festival Hall overlooking the river, near the glass windows. You must present your ticket to join the class. Claudia will initially go through theory, before the class sets off. You will spend at least three hours walking, with a stop for coffee. You must bring your own camera and a waterproof jacket.
Under 16s must be accompanied by a responsible, paying adult. Valid ID may be required.