As many of you know, our Digital Photography Master Class is starting soon, and we’re busy updating our handouts and seeking out new material for you. The best part about teaching is just how much you learn!
I don’t pretend to be the photographer in the family, that’s Stan’s job, but I have hung around him long enough to have soaked up some good knowledge. Like how to put your head forward to minimize the double chin. And how to hide the camera when I look like crap and don’t want my picture taken. And some other stuff.
One of the neat things I came across this week was this chart that this photog who goes by glark had made to help him remember how ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speeds work! Read his post here. I decided to adapt it for the class, and I’ll share it here with you today.
So feel free to right-click and save this. I think I’ll print it out on a little card to tuck in with the DSLR so I can remember whether f2.8 will get me a greater or shallower depth of field than f1.4.
This is just one of the great tools we’ll be giving you in the Master Class, I do hope you can join us. We still have about half of the spaces left, but I’m expecting it to fill, so sign up soon!
See you in class!