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Taking black & white photos

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Thursday’s photography tip is on taking black & white photos.

During this weeks photography workshop class we learned the following:

There are two options you can use to create a B&W photo.

The first is to convert the image to B&W in post processing. This is the most common one and you have the benefit of keeping both the color version and the B&W version.

The second option, which we learned is a truer way of get a B&W photo is to set your camera to monochrome. With this setting your image will be taken in B&W so there is no post processing conversion needed. The down side is that you won’t have the color photo, but like the teacher said if your intent is to capture a B&W photo then you don’t need the color version.

This is just a tip/opinion, you can choose whatever option is best for you.

Try it out both ways and compare your results. It is all about experimenting.

Have a blessed day and lets go out and get creative!

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A.L. Designs

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Learn Photography for FREE!

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Practice makes perfect they say, but first we must learn about our craft to go out there and practice. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about photography for free from professional photographer Ruben Rodriguez this upcoming Tuesday 11/07/17 at 5:30pm to 7:30pm in Ontario, CA.

Ruben offers these ongoing workshops 4 times a month to anyone interested in photography no matter their skill level.

So Stop by, ask questions, learn and go out and practice!

I myself have been a student for the last 2 years and continue to attend because I have learned so much and I continue to learn. My photography has improved so much these last few years, and most importantly I am learning to use my camera properly.

I want to help share this class with as many people possible, because it truly is a great opportunity to learn. If you know anyone interested in photography, please help me share this post.

 

Join us!

When: 11/07/17

Where: Colony High School (inside the library)

3850 E Riverside Dr, Ontario, CA 91761

Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm

 

For further information you can visit my FB Events Page

You can connect with me on all social media channels here:

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Thank you! And we look forward to shooting with you soon!

A.L

What can you learn for free?

Wondering what you can learn at the free photography workshops in Ontario, CA? Well here is a small sample of topics that are discussed in Ruben’s Photography Workshop. The topics change at every workshop, it all depends what the students of photography want to learn that day.

Ruben encourages you to ask questions about topics or photo equipment. He also encourages the students to bring in their photos so that we can all take a look at their work and most importantly see their improvement. He will give you constructive criticism on ways that you can improve your image for future shoots.

We hope to see you at one of these free workshops. For dates, times and location click here.

Also make sure to check out my YouTube Channel the Creative Corner my personal Vlog of my life as a creative.

Feel free to leave a comment below or if you have questions you can contact me.

Thank you,

A.L.

 

5/16/17

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Attention southern California (Inland Empire and surrounding) photography enthusiasts! Don’t miss out on these free on-going photography workshops. It does not matter what your experience level is, you don’t even need to have a camera. This workshop is designed to get local photographers together to talk about all subjects regarding photography, techniques and equipment.

If you are looking to purchase your 1st camera and you need help deciding which one to buy, than head on over to the workshop. Are you looking to get out of Auto mode? This workshop is for you too! Are you a professional photographer and you are looking to take your photography to the next level?  This workshop will be perfect for you as well.

Again these workshops are free, provided by city of Ontario, CA library programs, so take advantage of them and pass this information out to your friends and family. The host of these workshops is local photographer Ruben Rodriguez. Ruben has tremendous passion for photography and loves to teach it. He always says, if I can help just one person learn one thing from my class, my time has been well spent.

Next workshop is Tuesday 5/16/17 for location click here

 

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Do you have a question regarding photography, Cameras, equipment or photo techniques? Join the Photography workshop on 4/4/17 in Ontario, CA. If you can’t make it do to distance, no problem send me your question here and I will be more than happy to assist you by getting your question answered by local professional photographers.

To make things fun, I might even go live on Instagram with your question, so make sure you follow 🙂

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-Alondra

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