If you're in the Knoxville area, and would like to move beyond the "Auto" setting on your camera, mark your calendar for this great learning opportunity at the Knoxville Community Darkroom, on Saturday, January 27th. The cost is only $50 per person.
In less than 2 weeks, I'll be teaching a 3 hour class that covers all the basics of using your camera. Among other topics, we'll cover: understanding how ISO, shutter speed and aperture work together to create an exposure, using natural light and flash, shooting RAW or JPEG, available film choices for older cameras*, differences among lens types, how to control depth-of-field to get the look you want, dealing with common photographic challenges, working with creative limitations, benefits of using a tripod, choices in editing software, and much more!
It doesn't matter if you're using a brand new DSLR or want to dust off Dad's old 35mm Canon. The principles we'll be discussing apply for most any type of camera. Bring your camera and your questions, and come join us!
Space is limited, so register your seat here today!
*If nobody present is planning to shoot film, we'll tailor the presentation accordingly.