2363 - Intermediate DSLR Photography: A Hands-on Exploration!
Most people who own a DSLR camera use only a fraction of its capability. This class will help students get the most from their cameras through a combination of classroom lectures and outdoor field trips to practice what they have learned. Understanding aperture, shutter speed, ISO, lens options, depth of field, lighting, and composition are key to getting the most from these wonderfully flexible cameras. For classes 3, 5, 7, and 9, we will meet at a different location (time and place to be decided by the class) with specific photographic goals such as scenics, landscapes, closeups, people, etc. Students will share and discuss their results the following week in the classroom. Basic introduction to the use of Adobe photo processing software (Lightroom, Elements, Photoshop) and how they are used to enhance photographs will be included. Lecture (plus Questions) Hands-On Activity Viewing Videos Field Trip(s)
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