Understanding Your Digital Camera
Class Number | CED.1018.M02
Section | 59171
Date & Time
6pm-8pm February 7, 14, 21, &28
Mt. Pleasant Campus - CLAB 313
Having trouble knowing what many of those buttons and dials on your digital camera are for and how to use them? It’s easy to get overwhelmed as camera manufacturers continue to add all the bells and whistles.
This four-week class is designed to help you make sense of all the features on your camera. Some of the topics to be covered include shutter speeds, f/stops, controlling motion, focusing accurately, understanding your camera meter, composition, and exposure compensation. Get answers on the how, why, and when to make adjustments and learn to capture the perfect shot.
Participants receive an 8x10 print of their favorite image taken during the class.
SPECIAL NOTEParticipants need to bring their own digital camera to class.
Meet Your Instructor
Bob is a long-time, award-winning professional photographer. His portrait and nature photographs have received National, State, and local awards. He is past-president of Professional Photographers of Michigan, and has been a two-time president for Northern Michigan Photographers and the Michigan Photographic Society. With over 35 years as a professional photographer, he has a wealth of experience that he shares at various conventions and workshops.
Bob has lead interactive training workshops to many locations, including Alaska, Isle Royale National Park, and Iceland. Bob holds a Master Photographer and Photographic Craftsman degree and a MA in chemistry. He teaches basic photography, black & white darkroom, Photoshop, and drone classes at Mid. He and his wife, Linda, own Guys & Dolls Photography Studio and Reflections of Nature Art Gallery in Clare.
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