Do you know what an F-stop is? How about exposure times? This hands-on class is designed for students who understand the basics of photo composition, color, and light and now want to learn more! We'll be discussing the technical side of photography, learning how to get off auto mode and master shooting manually. We'll practice changing your camera's aperture, ISO, and shutter speed so that you'll to be able to truly control the photos you capture.
Each week we'll learn and practice a new topic, with a related photo assignment given out at the end of class. We'll also review and discuss the photos captured, learning from each other and collaborating to improve together.
Instructor: Rebecca Wnuk
Suggested age range: 13+
When & where: Mondays from 2:30-4:00 at The Democracy Center in Harvard Square (directions), Sept. 18-Nov 6. Please note The Democracy Center is not wheelchair accessible.
Class requirements: Students must own a DSLR camera (a camera with manual settings and control). If you are not sure if your camera is a DSLR, simply Google your camera's name and "DSLR" to find out!
Fee: $200 + $40 materials fee. Payment plans available. Fees waived for families with financial need. (Waivers and payment plan information.)
Photo credit: Rebecca Wnuk