|Sent on:||Friday, September 14, 2012 12:16 PM|
Get your learning caps on!
This Monday, 9/17, begins a 6-meeting course in Digital Photography offered through Fremont Recreation. This course will be very active training, lots of hands-on, supervised practical exercises. WOW! WHAT A WORKOUT!
In our NEW digital photography class, we will discuss camera basics and techniques for taking better pictures: portraits, family pictures, action pictures, travel pictures, and close-ups. Learn safe ways to store your pictures outside your camera so you won't lose your pictures! You'll also learn how to re-use the space on your memory card. We will answer questions like: What do the extra controls on my camera mean? How can I use the extra controls to make better pictures? What difference do they make? My camera can make lots of different sizes of pictures. Which size should I use? Should I always make the biggest size picture? Instructor Len Cook has 15 years experience as a photojournalist and over 25 years as a photographer and instructor.
Classes will be held at the Teen Center in Fremont Central Park. See here for details and registration information:
Thanks for your consideration,