Shooting Film, or How To Take a Great Photo with Any Camera

By ·Photographer / Art Director

About this Class

This course will cover the basics of 35mm and medium format film photography, focusing on a few simple concepts:

• Aperture
• Shutter Speed
• ISO (Film Speed)
• Exposure

Armed with the above knowledge, we'll each shoot a roll of film through our cameras, experimenting with a few different styles of photography.

Who this class is for:

Anyone that wants to make a photo, whether analog or digital, will benefit greatly from shooting film.

Prerequisites
You'll need a camera and a roll of film. Either 35mm or medium format will do, and you don't need to know how to use it. Please let me know ahead of time if you don't have (or can't borrow) a camera for the course.
Schedule
  • Part 1

    Alamo Square Park

    Grove & Scott Intersection
    San Francisco, CA

    Sep
    23
    Sun, September 23rd, 2012

    2:00 pm - 3:00 pm PDT

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Ike Edeani

Photographer / Art Director

Ike is a photographer and an art director based in San Francisco. His work has been featured on CNNUncrate, The Bold ItalicHypebeast, and Cool Hunting. He recently attended Phoot Camp, an invite-only annual creative retreat for photographers.

He shoots mostly film, when he's not feeding his Instagram addiction.

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