In our DSLR 201: Sony Cameras course the emphasis is on understanding the vital roles that Shutter Speed and Aperture play in the photographic process. We'll explore how you can use Shutter Speed to convey motion via blur effects, or to freeze moving subjects. You will also learn how to blur backgrounds while maintaining sharp focus on your subject to create a desirable subject/background separation by controlling the Aperture. We will explore Exposure, Metering Modes and Exposure Lock to provide you greater creative control over the end result.
During the session you will engage in hands-on activities with the guidance of the instructor using your own camera.
DSLR 101: Sony Cameras course or Equivalent Knowledge
- Controlling Motion effects
- Controlling Depth of Field for blurry backgrounds
- Understanding Exposure
- Using ISO to solve common challenges
- Using Metering Modes
- Locking Exposure
- Shooting in RAW Format
Owners of Sony DSLR cameras who wish to take creative control of their images by using Aperture & Shutter Priority modes.
To attend this course you should be confident with changing focus modes and focus areas, using exposure compensation, changing white balance and ISO settings, and taking control over the built-in flash.
At the end of the course you will be provided with a password to download class notes from our website. These notes are great for reviewing the topics discussed in class.
- Your camera
- Charged battery (fully charge it before class)
- Memory card
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