Mirrorless Cameras (Sony, Pentax, Fuji, Panasonic Lumix, Olympus, Nikon, Canon): Real Cameras, Quality Photos! Learn How!
Do you own one of these exciting new mirrorless cameras that point the way to the future of digital photography? Want to sharpen your photo skills? Having trouble with those complex menus? Do you understand what those key, cool features on your camera can do? If not, this is your class!
Everyone from beginners to pros, can improve their photography with practical-use knowledge. And this safari delivers! Our hands-on instruction sets you up for better results through learning and shooting with those key aspects really at the bedrock of all good digital photography.
Topics of this safari include menu navigation ,utilizing ISO settings, variable white balance options, aperture and shutter priorities, focus selections, useful custom settings, flash adjustment, exposure tricks, and exploring shortcuts, as well as use of the histogram and even how these might apply to creating video clips!
For awesome photo subjects, mirrorless camera specialist/electronic engineer Stan Schretter utilizes the stunning exhibits at the National Gallery of Art. The excellent challenges in the museum allow you to advance your skill and confidence through this great opportunity for learning by doing.
Stan will start out with an overview of mirrorless cameras, those with and those without interchangeable lenses. With its mix of daylight and tungsten light, the eight-story high atrium is a great place to practice wide-angle photography, and the paintings and sculptures provide fine chances to use your telephoto lens. Stan will do his best to bring understanding to the menus of your camera! Join us!
Meet behind the security checkpoint inside the 4th St and Constitution Ave NW entrance of the east Building of the National Gallery of Art. Limited street parking is available, closest Metro is Archives/ Navy memorial on Yellow/Green Line or Judiciary square on red Line.