Do you have a camera laying around your house that you wish you could learn to use more effectively? Maybe you’re a blogger and would like to take your own pictures for content. Maybe you’re a parent and would like to capture more memories. Maybe you just want an introduction into basic photography for the fun of it. Either way this is perfect for you.
This workshop is suitable for beginners. The focus will be to cover the fundamentals of photography and learn how you can improve your images. Each camera is different from the next, so we will focus on your specific needs. We will discuss the difference between taking and making a picture. By the end of this two hour workshop you will hopefully be more comfortable with your camera and ready to tell stories with your images.
- The basics of photography
- How to understand and operate your camera comfortably
- How to work alone
- Exploring additional accessories and equipment
- Understanding the importance of lighting
- The difference between taking and making a picture
- How to edit and present your images
Location: Curtis Hall Community Center (20 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130)
Workshop cap: 10
To sign up for this workshop click on the "contact" tab above and send an email to reserve a spot. Hope to hear from you all soon.
*Payment must be made the day of the workshop in the form of cash or personal check.
*Participants must already own or have access to a digital camera the day of the workshop.
*Please confirm your availability before reserving a spot.
*Please send out an email ASAP if you have to cancel your reservation. This will allow someone else the opportunity to attend the workshop.
*Workshop ratio: 1 instructor/intern = 5 students