This course will provide new or beginning photographers a broad introduction to digital photography. We will discuss how digital cameras work, the advantages/disadvantages of various mega-pixel levels in cameras, and the way these cameras store images. This introduction will cover the basics of photography (exposure, composition, and depth of field) and how those concepts relate to the digital imaging we do today. Natural light vs. flash photos, export of images for social media, how to assure images are “sharp,” and how to do basic editing will also be covered in a hands-on, participatory style. Prerequisites: A digital camera, and at least one storage card that works with your camera. Nice to have, but not required: a computer or tablet device to which you can transfer your images. Lecture (plus Questions); Hands-On Activity
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