If you enjoy spending time in the great outdoors and wish you had the ability to capture those memories in a photo, then this workshop is for you. In this workshop, you will not only learn the fundamentals of photography but also how to put those lessons to use in the field with the Fieldcraft Survival Media Team. Using other students as models and using the props provided by the Fieldcraft Team, you will work through different scenes orchestrated to portray the outdoor lifestyle. This workshop will guide you through basic camera functions such as aperture, shutter speed and ISO. As well as composition, using different focal lengths, natural lighting techniques, creative use of aperture, and unique perspective.
This workshop is open to all levels of photographers. Whether you're shooting on a DSLR camera or a cell phone, you'll walk away with a firm understanding of how to use your camera to take beautiful, creative shots on your next outdoor adventure.
*For Cell Phone Users*
The information in this course will apply to iPhone and Android users. Please make sure you have memory space cleared (2GB recommended) and bring a mobile charger.
Course Location:40.086832, -111.593626
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Some map services take people to a neighborhood road and not to the diner. If this happens to you, follow GPS coordinates (40.08672858340366, -111.59315849550944) to the diner. It is located in the parking lot next to the Chevron at US Route 6 and Powerhouse Road. The course address provided is for our meetup spot. Please arrive at the meetup spot 30 minutes prior to the course. We will meet at a Diner parking lot called Little Acorn and caravan to the range location from there. Thank you!
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