basic photography training #1

I started following a basic photography training at a photography school located in Boxtel, the Netherlands.
The training is one evening every week and takes about three hours for the next three months.

The lessons alternate, with one week a photography lesson and the next about Photoshop.
Each photography lesson is about a theme/chapter and we get two weeks to make homework and need to present it during the next photography lesson.

First lesson: aperture and shutter speed.
Locations: Theme park Efteling and Hasselt Kappel ( a chapel)

DSC_0233
Long shutter speed to show motion.

 

DSC_0301Showing the speed of the object by following the movement of the object with the camera.
Called panning photography.

 

DSC_0307“Freezing” an object with short shutterspeed.

 

DSC_0107Photo with a narrow aperture (a high number).
A small part of the photo is in focus.

 

DSC_0122Photo with a wide aperture (a low number).
A big part of the photo is in focus.

 

DSC_0140Photo shot with a zoomlens and a narrow aperture (a high number).
A small part of the photo is in focus.

 

DSC_0132Photo shot with a zoomlens and a wide aperture (a low number).
A big part of the photo is in focus.