A complete introduction to camera operation, this workshop combines classroom instruction with an opportunity for hands-on application and feedback. Participants will enjoy a stroll down historic Beach Street, photographing the architecture, unique storefronts, local color and other sights.
This super condensed "crash course" covers topics like: camera functions and capabilities, shooting techniques, and an introduction to digital viewing and editing on the computer. Participants will learn about depth of field, aperture, ISO sensitivity, shutter speed settings, image quality and file formats, as well as the basic rules of composition.
This workshop is perfect for individuals who have invested in a high-quality digital camera and would like to take the next step–beyond relying on automatic modes–by learning to take creative control to achieve great pictures.
Instructor: Angela Biggs
Cost: $65 Register by Friday, October 19th and receive $10.00 off!
Note: Requires travel. This workshop meets at the News-Journal Center and ends at the Daytona State College main campus.
For more information or to register call Christina Katsolis at (386)506-4569 or email Christina.Katsolis@daytonastate.edu