This is the Meetup arm of the Westchester Personal Computer Users Group, which meets evenings in White Plains, NY, with free parking
We are a group of tech enthusiasts and those who want to learn. We meet regularly to expand and share our knowledge. We handle, are exposed to, stay up on, and put into context, all the cutting edge as well as historical aspects of the tech that increasingly surrounds us.
Our workshops and presentations, for beginners or advanced (or in between), include anything with a processor, from computers to smartphones to tablets to household devices, to cameras, etc.
• What we'll do:
David will continue his exploration of military technology. This session will cover the period from the Renaissance to World War I. The previous sessions have been very enlightening and the materials are on the website.
In this hands-on workshop, members refurbish donated computers. We are ACCEPTING LAPTOPS as well as keyboards and monitors. Learn to rehab computers, prep them to donate them to community organizations for needy kids and vets. at the same time. If you want to learn how to maintain or fix your own computer and are uneasy working on it, this workshop is for you. No experience is necessary; we will teach you. See how to check out and install both hardware, operating systems, and other software.
Refurbished units go to nonprofit groups in the community that can't afford to purchase new computers for their clients.
To visit our website click HERE (http://westchesterpcrenew.com)
Are you stuck using the auto mode on your Point and shoot, DSLR? Have you ever wondered what terms like EV or ISO mean? Do you want to know what you should do to take better pictures? Well, this workshop will help start your journey on taking fantastic images using your new Point and Shoot, DSLR or mirrorless camera. We’ll cover the fundamentals of getting the right exposure for your images and take a look at some issues your may run into when taking photographs.
Presented by Alwin Kuruvilla, a new member.
As usual bring your cameras and manuals so we can show you shutter speed, aperture, and ISO as it pertain to your camera.