Mississauga Camera Club

Aperture, Shutter and ISO: Manipulating the three

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Aperture, Shutter and ISO: Manipulating the Three

With  Chris Alexander

 

A workshop exploring the interrelationship between Aperture, Shutter, and ISO.

By working in Manual Mode rather than Automatic or Priority Modes you will discover how to manipulate them as a group and achieve a properly exposed image based on the type of picture you want to take.
You will learn how to decide which of the 3 elements takes priority while adjusting the others to maintain your required exposure and exercise creativity for your final result.
Attendees should bring their camera and know how to set manual mode and how to change aperture, shutter speed and ISO from the camera operating manual.
It is important that you should familiarize yourself with the manual operation of your particular camera model and be able to individually set the Aperture, Shutter and ISO.
 
About Chris Alexander:
 
Chris worked for 28 years in the motion pictures camera department, beginning as a Focus Puller and eventually working as a Camera Operator and Director of Photography. After leaving film, he spent 8 years as a Global Product Manager for Chris worked for 28 years in the motion pictures camera department, beginning as a Focus Puller and eventually working as a Camera Operator and Director of Photography. After leaving film, he spent 8 years as a Global Product Manager for Rosco, specializing in a Polarizing material used in Broadcast News and Sports. Some of his photographic work can be seen at: www.chrisalexanderphotography.com
 
 
Parking is free, there is a $10 charge at the door.
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905-844-8838

 

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