For Boys and Girls, 11-16 yrs. old
1.5 hours per day for 5 days
What to Bring: camera that has a manual override feature, notebook, pencil, and a teachable heart
Subjects: Basics of Light, the Human Eye, & the Camera
"In My Eye's Mind"
This workshop is intended to help students gain an understanding of the camera’s nature and how it works in relation with how the human eye detects and processes light. With this foundational knowledge, students will be equipped to handle available lighting situations and analyze their own photography beforehand. This will pave the way to inspire or even challenge them a bit more to practice and enhance their creativity. The curriculum works best when simulated in a Q&A teaching atmosphere.
Day 1: Visual Light & The Human Eye
Day 2: Learning How the Camera Works
Day 3: Recognize the Camera’s Main Controls (Part One)
Day 4: Recognize the Camera’s Main Controls (Part Two)
Day 5: Composing Photographs
Instructor: Samuel B. Manaois
Buddy is an AB Psychology graduate who took a major shift from his corporate day job to pursue his passion for photography and share whatever knowledge of the art he can to eager and willing students. He is self-taught and has been working professionally as a photographer for the past 25 years. His work has landed on school yearbooks, corporate annual reports, print media, billboards, television and some are framed on the walls of happy clients.
April 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
3:00pm - 4:30pm
April 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
3:30pm - 5:00pm
P2,999 per student
Minimum of 3 students, maximum 6 to open a class
The studio reserves the right to cancel if class minimum of 3 is not reached, so bring a friend to join!
IMPORTANT TO KNOW
• No makeups for missed classes
• A 50% Reservation Fee (bank deposit) is required to secure a slot
• Full payment must be made 3 days before camp starts (bank deposit)
• All fees are non-refundable and non-transferable
• Slots are given to those who complete their reservation first