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Digital Basics at Fremont Recreation

From: Len C.
Sent on: Sunday, June 23, 2013 11:55 AM

All:

Thoroughly investigate the controls and techniques your digital camera offers you in this Fremont Recreation Department class.  Understand your camera your way.

https://www.regerec.com/Activities/ActivitiesCourseDetails.asp?cid=192933

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?

Thanks,

Len

 

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