“There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.”
Mystery Maker: Chris
Location: San Francisco, CA
We had a classic Canon point and shoot camera that took decent photos, but the learner in me wanted to know if we could do better. Who doesn't want to take better photos? Maybe even discover a passion or talent that would make us the next Ansel Adams.
So I signed us up for a class at Isla Studios to learn the basics. We walked over after a quick dinner at home and settled in with the instructor and a class of four other people. The material was well presented and topics were pretty clear in theory, but a little more difficult in practice ISO and f-stops adjustments on a point and shoot. The one thing I clearly do remember is the Rule of Thirds. This one idea has dramatically improved our picture compositions and made the class completely worth it!
Give us a call National Geographic!