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Thursday, March 6 • 12:30pm - 1:45pm
Photography 101: Basic Knowledge and Creative Application

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What is aperture and shutter speed? And why do they matter? What is ISO? What do all these buttons do on my camera? My pictures are all blurry and grainy, why? How can I make the most of the camera I have to take better pictures? What are some different ways to use light properly and how can I understand light better to take better photos? Do I really need all that fancy equipment to take great photos? Can I achieve better results with what I already have? If you find yourself asking these questions, whether you use an SLR or a point and shoot camera, at home or in the classroom, this session is for you! Learn the basic principles for understanding photography, how to use light, and some creative ways to put those skills into practice for yourself or in the classroom with students! Learn new ideas for applying knowledge and skills with practical and creative project ideas! Andrea Brown has 8 years experience as a junior high teacher and is an accredited professional photographer with 6 years experience. *Come prepared with a camera and camera manual. *Optional $10 resource fee for booklet of notes, tips and ideas. Pre-registration is required, email memoriesbyandrea@hotmail.com. Repeat session in B.

Thursday March 6, 2014 12:30pm - 1:45pm MST
PWA120

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