BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Tuesdays 6:00-8:00pm starting February 8th
4 Weeks of Classes plus
8 Weeks of Follow-up; Tech Support and Feedback
4593 Broadway Studio Classroom
To Register, Call
Don Oberbeck 303-444-4568
A Complete Course in how to use your Digital Camera for absolute beginners or even those with a fair amount of experience. You'll learn what the many buttons and knobs and options are for, and you'll quickly become much more comfortable using your camera in any situation, like fast action shots of kids, or dramatic sunsets, landscapes and wildlife. You will also learn a few pro tricks for taking more imaginative and flattering selfies and candid portraits.
Any kind of Digital Camera may be used for this course, a point-and-shoot camera, a classic DSLR Camera, or one of those neat new Mirrorless Cameras. It would be nice if your camera had a Manual Setting, but all-automatic Camera owners are welcome too.
You will learn all about f/stops, ISO choices, shutter speeds, Depth Of Field, White Balance, the Bokeh effect and close-up macro photography with just a normal lens.
And, during the last Class, we'll do some long time exposure experiments at night with light painting, and how to catch real lightning.
Any classes you might happen to miss can be made up for free during any one of our following semesters.
The next Beginning Digital Photography Class of the New Year will start on Tuesday, March 8th.
"Tiger Power" Photo: Jessi Keys
"Cat Nap" Photo: Bonnie Goff