If you want to learn how to take storm pictures for next summer, the winter is a perfect time to get some training before the storms hit.
Presented by Paterson Photography Ltd & Grigo Photography (the two Mikes)
Learn how to take food images that will leave everyone hungry!
$75 per student – 12 students max
This four hour course will start with teaching by Mike Paterson https://www.firstchoicephoto.ca/ on camera types, lenses, camera settings,various light sources and much more.
– Camera settings for low light and studio lights
– Lens selection what is the look you want and what lenses will give you the look
– White balance to make your food look natural
– Flash vs available vs constant lighting and what you should consider for your food photos
Then we will move into a demo by Mike Grigo https://www.grigophotography.com as we watch him prepare food to be photographed and set-up lighting and photograph the food.
– How to select food that will look the best in pictures
– How to use props and effects to add to the image
– Tricks to make your food look better than it does in real life
If time permits we will also cove off preparing of images for the Internet and for printing.
This class is mostly teaching and demos, as such a camera is not necessary but you are welcome to bring your camera for the teaching on camera settings.
Do you want to learn how to take better macro pictures? Would you like to spend a few hours learning more about your camera to help you take macro images? This Macro Photography Workshop is for you!!!
Do all this and more in the warmth of the studio!
January 12 2019 from 10am till 2pm I will be offering a Macro Workshop.
The workshop will start with some teaching on macro photography, then we will spend most of the time shooting several macro subjects that will be set-up around the studio. After the shooting we will take some time to critique each students work.
Limited to 12 students
Cost $50 plus GST
If you are using one the the APS sensor cameras, and most people are, here is a conversion guide for you to figure out the crop factor for your lenses..
The conversion guide give you the working MM of a lens when put on a crop sensor body.
So for instance a 50mm lens when put in a cropped body is actually 80MM. A 600mm lens when put on a cropped body is 960mm. Most times it is not important what the MM’s are but if you do need to know this will help.
Some of the APS cameras that are available are:
Canon Rebel line, Canon 10D, 20D, 40D, 50D, 60D, 70D, 80D, Canon 7D with the 1.6 crop factor
Nikon D7200, Nikon D500, Pentax K3 and the Sony Sony A77 with 1.52 (I used 1.52 – there are some versions 1.53 or 1.54 but it gets to confusing to add all these)
(there are more brands and models but this is a sample)
If you want a printable copy click here https://www.firstchoicephoto.ca/CropPage.jpg
Dealing with clients can suck!!! The biggest complaint that I hear from photographers is that they get tired of fighting clients for every nickel and dime, even after being paid. A customer will book a wedding, family, grad, etc and after paying a deposit or even paying for the entire package they will start to try and get extras, change things or try and get money back as they “don’t need this or want that”. So to help with this issue I came up with a program a few years ago that I used when I did weddings.