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This is Part 2 of a 5-Part Photography Bootcamp.
This class will focus on participants getting the photograph they want by gaining an understanding of aperture priority and shutter priority settings on their camera, plus the value of both. The instructor will break down the exposure triangle (shutter speed, aperture, ISO) so participants can understand and use their relationship. Following that there will be small group hands-on time to help participants learn how to change these settings on their own camera. Participants will then go out to take photographs based on the exposure triangle, aperture and shutter speed presentations provided during the workshop. Members from the DAPC will be available for assistance. Participants will return to the workshop environment for small group discussion and to answer questions they may have.
This class will be taught by Dave Brown, Doña Ana Photography Club Member-At- Large. Dave has been involved in photography for more than 40 years and has provided instruction to adult learners for over 20 years. He has had images on display at local venues and has been published in New Mexico Magazine®. He enjoys helping people understand the workings of photography so they may take that knowledge and improve their photos.
The bootcamp series is open to the community and anyone can attend for $5 per class.
Class size is limited. If you have any questions, email Rob Peinert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other dates for the Photography Bootcamp include:
Class 3 Taking better photos: Saturday, March 21st
Class 4 Editing: Saturday, April 18th
Class 5 Image critique and Q&A: Saturday, May 16th