Conservation Photography Workshop An Introduction to your DSLR & Conservation Photography Gary Sharlow Photographer & Academy Education Manager
Sunday, March 10th 1:00-4:00 pm In this three-hour classroom presentation, you will learn about the inner workings of your DSLR camera. This class is designed as an overview to help you take better understand your camera, digital darkroom and opportunities to tell stories with your images or impact conservation in other ways. In the first hour, we will touch on basic features of the DSLR camera. Topics will include choosing lenses and filters, ISO, white balance, shutter, aperture and program modes, EV, exposure, bracketing, focusing, resolution, histograms and more. In the second hour we explore how to manage all of your digital assets. We will talk about organizing your files and using software such as Adobe Lightroom, and Nik Software plugins for the digital darkroom. Topics will include managing the digital workflow, post-production, color management, and simple web publishing. Finally, we will talk about what it means to be a conservation photographer and watch a short video that defines conservation photography. We will discussion about others way to get involved, join a like-minded community and explore the natural world with good intention.
Please Note:We will meet at the Business Reception Desk at the backdoor of the Academy at 12:45pm.
Reservations: Members: $40, General: $50 Space is limited. To reserve a place today, buy a ticket online or over the phone at 1-877-227-1831