Introduction to Digital Photography
Covers the use of a digital camera and fundamentals of digital photography. Bring your own digital camera and its instruction manual. Topics include image composition; digital camera techniques in various formats including raw, GIF, JPEG, and PNG; digital processing using Adobe Photoshop; and digital printing. You’ll learn how to manually operate your camera and take control of aperture settings, shutter speeds, and ISO controls. Prerequisites: Students must have previous experience with computers and be able to save and retrieve files. They should also have experience in using other computer applications and know where common tools are typically stored within a program. The ability to use a thumb drive or cloud storage is recommended. Students without the necessary skills may be asked to withdraw from the course, or if the class is too technical for you, you can drop at any time during the term. Both situations will receive a full refund. Cost of textbooks: $44. Consists of 10 sessions (no class on May 5) with a lunch break from noon to 1 p.m. All registration for this class is by phone.
Instructor: M. Crane
Community Education Home / To register, phone 541-956-7303.