The Technical Workshop
By DE contributor
Mar 4, 2014, 11:19
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SESSION AND TO REGISTER, PLEASE GO HERE: sundaysinny.com/technical
Do you often find
yourself looking at all the features on your camera with a look
of confusion? Have you taken a few photography classes, yet things don't seem to be clicking? If so, this is the
class for you! Lorenzo
Fariello will teach you how to use your camera. He will explain the basic concepts such as exposure, aperture
and shutter speed. By the end of the class, you'll have an overall
understanding of what all of the various functions do on your camera,
whether you have a point-and-shoot or a high-end SLR.
|(c) Lorenzo Fariello|
You will learn:
1. How the camera works
- F stop
- Shutter speed
2. The Exposure
- How to measure the light
- The light meter
- Aperture priority mode
- Shutter mode
3. The Rules of Composition
- the rule of thirds
- how to arrange the subject in the scene
- depth of field
- freezing the moment
- panning technique
- All cameras are welcome from point and shoot to DSLR's
- Minimum 4 participants, maximum 10 (if under minimum enrollment, the workshop will be rescheduled to the next session)
- In case of increment weather, participants will be notified with either a change in location or class reschedule
Lorenzo Fariello was born in Vasto, Italy. He lived in
Milan for 8 years and obtained a Bacheloras Degree in Design at the
Politecnico University of Milan.
His photographic career first
began as a photojournalist, focusing on the social life of the Milanese
youth, and then later on became a fashion photographer.
relocated to New York City in 2010 to continue his personal photographic
exploration of the relationship between society and the urban
subculture, documenting human behaviour, youth and urban decay in the
big cities of not only Milan but also in New York.
Besides the Technical workshop, Lorenzo also teaches a Night Photography class held on a weeknight evening in NYC.
ABOUT ALDO De BERARDINO
Aldo is a graduate of The International Academy of Image of Arts and Science in Italy. He worked as a cinematographer and photographer in Rome for over 6 years before venturing to New York to pursue new creative endeavors. He's collaborated on a multitude of international films and with a talented roster of acclaimed directors, including Spike Lee and Ron Howard.
Aldo is currently expanding his repertoire by creating fashion videos for some of the industries top photographers. Additionally he's working as a creative consultant in both photography and cinematography, seamlessly combining the two mediums.
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