Introduction to Digital Photography - Fall 2020

Time:  2:00pm to 5:00pm

Session I     - Two 1/2 day classes  -  09/08/20  and 09/15/20
Session II    - Two 1/2 day classes  -  09/22/20 and 09/29/20
Session III  -  Two 1/2 day classes  - 10/06/20 and 10/13/20
Session IV  -  Two 1/2 day classes  - 10/20/20 and 10/27/20
Session V   -  Two 1/2 day classes  - 11/04/20 - 11/11/20

Class 1  -  getting to know your camera
Class 2  -  from the camera to the digital darkroom

Learn how to create great photographs with any contemporary digital camera.  Participants will explore the many functions of their digital cameras with guided instruction on topics such as exposure modes, controlling focus, shutter speed and aperture, white balance, file formats and more. We will review examples that illustrate how different camera settings can affect the final image.  Students will practice these skills on photo walks where they will learn hands-on how to create better photos.  We will learn how to download the photos to a computer, the basics of digital workflow, digital darkroom, and how to enhance your photos to perfection.

Required Materials: Digital camera with memory card required, DSLR suggested, or advanced mirrorless compact camera, including all batteries and accessories that you have.  Also, bring your camera manual for detailed reference if needed.
Optional - For Class II: Laptop computer and memory card reader.  Bring some photos you have shot to view and discuss.

Limited to 6 students

Instructor: Paul Morris -
Fee: $120 members, $150 non-members

Payment Options:
  • Intorduction to digital photography