Photoshoot Bootcamp

Photoshoot Bootcamp

Do you enjoy photographing people? Are you tired of loading your pictures on to your computer to find they are all slightly out of focus or clumsy? Do you have a good DSLR camera, but have never dared to take it off the auto setting? Then this intensive photography bootcamp is for you! Take the next step to really take command of your camera to shoot and create the images you dream of. You will be able to improve your shots and start to develop a portfolio of your own work.

admission status

open
intake
starts in
15 weeks
Weekend Course
Business & Communication
25 hours
2018-03-31 to 2018-05-19
Chinese
¥7,500
¥200
Condé Nast Center of Fashion & Design Certificate

-A DSLR (Digital Single-lens Reflex) camera or CSC (mirrorless ) camera. SD cards, laptop (MAC or PC).

-Software such as Photoshop or Lightroom can be beneficial but not necessary.

overview

Do you enjoy photographing people? Are you tired of loading your pictures on to your computer to find they are all slightly out of focus or clumsy? Do you have a good DSLR camera, but have never dared to take it off the auto setting? Then this intensive photography bootcamp is for you! Take the next step to really take command of your camera to shoot and create the images you dream of. You will be able to improve your shots and start to develop a portfolio of your own work. In this introductory photography course you will discover and learn how all the camera functions work and when it is best to use them. You will work in the studio and on location with each other and with models. Improve your compositional skills with tips from a pro and most importantly learn how to control both natural and studio lighting. By the end of the course you will have moved from lucky accidents to shooting as confidently as a pro.  

you will learn

1.    What makes a good shot?– observations and professional viewpoints

2.    Get to know your camera and its functions better

3.    Manual v Auto: How to use the Aperture, Shutter and ISO settings

4.    Composition rules and How to control and modify natural light and shooting in and outdoors

5.    Introduction to flash photography and studio shooting set-ups

6.    Working with models, attention to portraiture and natural effects.

7.    Review, select and tips for post production and portfolio