Learn about your equipment
Your camera will probably have hundreds of settings and a thick instruction manual. but what should you choose and why ?
Choosing your shutter speed
The right shutter speed is critical decision to be made when shooting your subject. I will guide you through then basics of shutter speed and it's effects.
Deciding on your aperture
With the right aperture you can isolate your subject or get almost limitless depth of field. Learn how to control DOF and what you might choose one aperture over another
The third element of exposure
The sensitivity of your cameras digital chip is called the ISO and can be set for different situations. ISO can be used creatively or out of necessity, learn how to make informed decisions.
Most modern cameras can shoot JPEG or RAW files. I will guide you through the pros and cons of each file type and what you should use them.
The rule of thirds
By dividing your frame into thirds, horizontally and vertically you can then place your subject within these areas creating a pleasing composition.