Audubon Nature Institute Photography: Basic

**NEXT BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY 1 CLASS IS in April 16 and 23 2016**

Basic Photography 1:

Join Amy in collaboration with Audubon Nature Institute in New Orleans, LA for a wild photography class adventure that teaches you the basics of your DSLR camera and how to get the best animal shots.  After a lecture on the basics of your camera and how to shoot in Aperture Priority and Manual modes Amy will show you her animal photography techniques and share many tips so you can get the best shots possible.  You will then venture out with Amy to photograph some amazing education animals of Audubon as well as the animals on exhibit! Come spend the morning with us and the animals! 

As with all of Amy's classes this is a small student to teacher ratio, guaranteeing you a lot of one-on-one attention and instruction. 

You will leave this class with a better understanding of how to use aperture, shutter speed, and iso together to get out of AUTO mode, giving you the control you need to take better photographs. You will also come away with a whole new skill set focused on animal photography.

Please read the article on our first Audubon Nature Institute Class featured in Times Picayune/ HERE.

REGISTER for the next Basic Class on April 16 and 23, 2016 HERE.

Ages: 16 years and older

Level: Beginner and Intermediate

Required Equipment:  DSLR camera or a point and shoot/mirrorless camera that has the ability go into Aperture Priority and Manual modes.  A lens that can zoom to at least 200mm and a tripod are highly recommended.

Duration: Total 6 hours. This is a two-part class.  The first 3 hour session meets on a Saturday from 8am to 11am;  the second 3 hour session meets the following Saturday from 8 to 11am.



First Saturday 3 hour Session:

1.) Classroom Lecture: 8-9am

2.) Photograph education animals and animals on exhibit: 9-11am

Second  Saturday 3 hour Session:

1.) Review Homework and zoo images, Q&A: 8-9am

2.) Photograph more education animals and animals on exhibit: 9-11am


PRICE: $140 for Audubon members; $153 for general public



If you have any questions, please email Amy: