Hosted by Light Gallery + Matthew Provoast
Saturday, August 4th from 10am to 1pm
This class will be taught with DLSR and mirrorless camera users in mind.
Learn how your camera works so that you can create beautiful portraits during this hands on workshop. Matthew will guide you through the process of artfully composing the frame, choosing the appropriate settings for your camera, understanding how exposures are made, and developing a practical method of taking portraits. This class is specifically designed for those who want to learn more about camera basics and those elusive manual exposure settings in order to make compelling portraits.
Understanding exposure + ISO settings
Depth of field + capturing movement
Composition + framing basics
Participants are encouraged to bring their own camera. An extra battery, memory card, and your camera’s instruction manual are also very helpful to have on hand at this class.
Part of the class will include spending time outdoors, in natural light, practicing camera settings and taking portraits. We will be working with a live model.
Matthew Provoast is a wedding and portrait photographer that lives in Grand Rapids, MI. He recently received his Bachelors in Fine Arts degree from Kendall College of Art and Design, with a heavy focus on Photography and Printmaking. He currently photographs wedding around the state of Michigan and beyond, owns Light Gallery + Studio, teaches art classes, exhibits his artwork locally, and collaborates with other local photographers. Matthews work always aims to capture that perfect light and those unforgettable moments. He will guide you step by step through the photographic process and teach you how to best utilize those confusing buttons on your fancy camera. You can check out his client work at www.matthewprovoast.com