This four session introductory photography series guides students to progress beyond taking snapshots to creating photographs. We begin by exploring your camera's capabilities and learn how to manually adjust for shutter speed, aperture and film speed. This series will also help you improve your understanding of composition, light, depth-of-field and perspective. Each two-hour session includes time for practicing the concepts and techniques discussed. Students need to bring a camera and the camera manual. A tripod can also be beneficial. A digital SLR or compact camera with manual controls is essential for this class.
Supplies to be provided by participant: camera, manual and tripod (tripod is optional).
Location: Bob Jones Nature Center & Preserve
Instructor: Bruce Rosenstiel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Class Size: Min 4 - Max 8
Ages: 14 and up
|7||Thursdays, Apr. 10 - May 1||9:00am - 11:00am||$140|
|8||Sundays, Apr. 6 - Apr.27||9:00am - 11:00am||$140|
Learn more about upcoming
and ongoing events.