What is F-stop Anyway? [S-23-44]
|Location:||SLCHA: Silas Wright House: County Gallery|
|Classes:||1 Session 2.0 hours|
|Dates:||Wed 1:00 PM 03/08|
An explanation of the basic functions of a digital camera and how they work: aperture, shutter speed, Program mode, auto and manual modes, exposure, white balance, the rule of thirds, ISO, etc. Participants should bring their cameras along, and as each function is explained, experimenting with each function will take place as the explanation continues. Hopefully, after the class, participants will feel more comfortable when using their cameras and will be able to take better photos with such.
Genine Gehret is a retired special education and English teacher. She is also the daughter of a professional photographer, and she has owned and used many cameras since she was a young child. Seventeen years ago, she started her own small photography business, photographing all kinds of situations—weddings, group gatherings, senior portraits, family photos, maternity photos, etc. along with wildlife and scenery photos.
Special Instructions: Plan to wear a mask in class.