Joe Fischer will show you how to instantly assess a shooting condition and setup your camera in a matter of seconds on the Manual setting. Anything longer and you could miss the shot. From there you can add effects and experiment, and in no time you’ll be shooting like a pro.
In this workshop you’ll learn how to:
This workshop provides the core concepts required for intermediate and advanced photography and capturing difficult shots. These are concepts many photographers never adequately learned or practiced under guided instruction but are required to take your shooting to next level. The concepts apply to all photos, including landscapes, weddings, wildlife, sports and action, low-light and even exciting night sky images with light painting.
DSLR or camera that can be used in full manual settings
Joe Fischer is a landscape and underwater photographer who specializes in the art of low-light and technical photography. His work as an instructor has taken him around the world where he teaches people how to use cameras under some of the most demanding conditions — underwater. On land he specializes in capturing the scenic beauty of California as well as migratory birds each year. Some of his work can be seen on display inside the California Energy Commission building in Sacramento. His current portfolio and underwater photos can be seen at www.jfischerphoto.com or you can view his underwater photos at www.jfischer.photo.