This one-and-a-half hour workshop will build on students’ basic understanding of how to use a DSLR’s manual settings to achieve desired effects. Long exposure photography is a technique used to isolate stationary objects in photos while showing motion, and to create a photograph in low-light situations. Students will learn the basics of using a tripod and selecting the correct shutter speed and aperture settings to capture motion and detail. Students will have the opportunity to practice as the sun sets with cameras available for check-out in the VRC.
This workshop will be conducted by VRC Teaching Assistant Katie Hill.
Workshops are open to all SOA faculty, students, and staff. Class size is limited to 8 for this session, and openings frequently fill quickly.