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    Understanding F-Stop, Shutter Speed, and ISO class UPDATE

    Understanding F-Stop, Shutter Speed, and ISO class UPDATE
    I just thought that I would report that around thirty something people attended my class last night. All brought real cameras, not cell phones, and before the class ended I made sure everyone could change these settings and change shooting modes and understood how each worked. This is a handout I made that each person received that I hope helps them understand the different settings and how the affect the photo they are taking. I made all settings one full stop apart so it would be easier to relate how each of the setting affected the amount of light. I left out the in between settings to keep it easier to follow and cut down on confusion. I received a lot of positive feedback and managed to get everyone in the class feeling a lot more comfortable with taking more control of their camera. I think everyone had a good learning experience and I am looking forward to my next class in the future.

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    Re: Understanding F-Stop, Shutter Speed, and ISO class UPDATE

    Understanding F-Stop, Shutter Speed, and ISO class UPDATE
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    I just thought that I would report that around thirty something people attended my class last night. All brought real cameras, not cell phones, and before the class ended I made sure everyone could change these settings and change shooting modes and understood how each worked. This is a handout I made that each person received that I hope helps them understand the different settings and how the affect the photo they are taking. I made all settings one full stop apart so it would be easier to relate how each of the setting affected the amount of light. I left out the in between settings to keep it easier to follow and cut down on confusion. I received a lot of positive feedback and managed to get everyone in the class feeling a lot more comfortable with taking more control of their camera. I think everyone had a good learning experience and I am looking forward to my next class in the future.

    Understanding F-Stop, Shutter Speed, and ISO class UPDATE-screen-shot-2019-05-01-10.48.45-am-copy.jpg


    Congratulations Jeff. I am glad you had such a great turn out and positive feedback. Teaching adults is never easy. I like the chart too.
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