Remember all those buttons we looked at during the last lesson? Did you forget which one did what? No worries. Here is a handout that should help jog your memory (also an excellent document to keep on your phone).
We are going to do some work on the camera simulator today. Hopefully, through practice, proper exposure will become a very comfortable skill for you.
We are going to finish up our exploration behind the science of exposure, and start to look at some of the "rules" and techniques that will help move your photography from the realm of "snapshots" into something more significant and impactful.
The first rule/technique that we will be looking at is the most important one, the Rule of Thirds.
Let's look at this website and see how many of these photographs use this basic technique to create a breathtaking image.
Then it's time for us to start on our first assignment. You will have some time in class to complete this work (so don't sweat it!)
Examples of photographs taken by students using the Rule of Thirds.
This will be the on-line binder for the TGJ2OI class.