Introduction to Digital Photography with Lisa Ferrante
Fall Session 2 (Oct 27, Nov 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec 1)
Tuesdays, 6 classes
9:30am – 12pm
You can take great photos and it’s easier than you think! Learn how in this fun hands-on class. We’ll start right at the beginning with the basics. It doesn’t matter what kind of camera you have or how much you’ve used it, the combination of examples, demonstrations and personal attention will help you learn quickly and easily. You’ll walk out of each session a better photographer than when you walked in.
The class size is limited to a small group for a friendly relaxed class environment. We will work together both in the classroom and on photo field trips.
How cameras work
Accessories, what you need and what you don’t
What all those buttons do
How to set your camera for the best results
Technical stuff made easy
Five composition tricks that will make your photos stand out
How to determine the best lighting conditions
How to get consistent predictable results
Three shooting techniques guaranteed to make your images better
Personalized hands-on help with your camera
Personalized advice to help your artistic growth
Getting your photos into your computer
Organizing your photos
How to make the best prints
Saving your photos for future generations
And a whole lot more
Prerequisite: None. A camera is not required for this class, but is more fun if you bring one. All cameras are welcome; smart-phones, point-and-shoot and DSLRs. The best camera is the one you have with you!