Beginner DSLR: Get More From Your Camera
Dates: Thursday, November 12 & Saturday, November 14, 2020
Times: 6:00 – 8:00 PM (Thursday) and 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM (Saturday)
Location: Camp Workforce Development Center, Franklin Campus
Did you just get a newfangled DSLR? Are there way too many buttons? Are you stuck in auto mode? Get out of auto and learn how to take control of your images. In this class you will learn to shoot in all the modes, including manual. Learn all the amazing things your camera is capable of that you never knew were possible!
This class covers basic camera mechanics, the selection of a file type, shooting modes, and flash. Photographers will learn about the fundamentals of exposure and will begin to understand shutter speeds, f-stops and ISO settings. White balance, metering modes, and focus will also be discussed.
You can expect to leave this class with a deeper understanding of the capabilities of a DSLR camera and how to utilize your camera to capture outstanding shots. Class time will include on-location photography in downtown Franklin and critique of images.
Visit Workforce Registration to apply, register, and pay for your class.
Registration and payment must be submitted by 4:00PM three (3) business days prior to class start date.
For more information, please contact Workforce Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 757.569.6050.