Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Live Online 7:00pm – 9:00pm Hosted by Steve Kozak
Get your light meter out of the closet and replace the batteries…you are going to finally learn how to use it!
You say you don’t have a hand-held meter? Then grab your camera and join us anyway because you will learn how to use the in-camera meter as well.
OK, you may be thinking, “If my camera already has a meter, why do I want a hand-held meter?” The answer to that question will be revealed in this two-hour program by Steve Kozak.
In this class, you will learn the difference between in-camera and hand-held meters and why it is so important to getting perfect exposures. In addition, Steve will cover:
Step by step instructions on setting up your own meter (Be sure to have it in your hands for the class!)
The mode settings on your meter
Customizing the read out
Dome “in” or dome “out”?
and much more
Once you take command of your meter, you never have to question exposure again. There is no substitute for confidence.
TPPA Member Registration – $29
Non-Member Registration – $59
“Join and Go” Registration – $124
Meet TPPA Member, Steve Kozak:
Steve Kozak is an active member of the Professional Photographers of America and the Texas Professional Photographers Association. Steve has earned the “Master of Photography” and the “Craftsman” degrees from PPA, and is PPA Certified. His work has also appeared in the prestigious “Loan Collection”. Professional recognition of his work includes the Masterpiece Award from Fuji Film USA.
Steve recently served on the PPA Board of Directors and currently serves as the TPPA Executive Director. He is also a PPA qualified instructor for PPA Certification prep classes.
Steve has recorded over a dozen videos for the PPA EDU program. These videos include classes on the fundamentals of photography, manual flash photography, exposure, opening a new studio as well as videos for CPP study preparation.
He has taught 20+ years at the prestigious Texas School of Professional Photography and 18 years at Imaging USA. He has also taught at the Mid-America Institute of Professional Photography, the East Coast School and Image Explorations near Victoria, British Columbia.
Steve’s articles have been published in The Professional Photographer and Texas Professional Photographer magazines. His informative and inspiring programs make him a popular instructor on the speaking circuit.