Now that you’ve grasped the fundamental principles of digital photography, learn how to apply them to create better, more creative photographs. Learn what pro’s do to create excellent, saleable images. Learn to use techniques for shooting people, products, sports, landscapes, travel, weddings, and other subjects. Learn the use of advanced camera settings, exposure compensation, flash vs available light, external flash vs built-in flash, depth of field/selective focus, stop motion/sports photography, composition, using the right lens, and other advanced methods.
The workshop has been created and will be taught by Ted Lang. Ted is a working artist and photographer, a photography instructor, a graduate of New York Institute of Photography, the Winona School of Professional Photography, and has a B.A. degree in education from Wayne State University. Ted previously owned and operated a photography studio in Utica, Michigan, and an art gallery and custom framing business in Rochester, Michigan. Today he specializes in fine art photography and hangs his work in various galleries and shows in the Metro Detroit area. He is on the board of The Warren Tri-County Fine Art Association. Ted also has worked in his own website design, hosting, and Internet marketing business since 1993. His unique combination of photography, art, and Internet marketing experience provide students in this workshop with a valuable learning opportunity.
Next class date: To be scheduled