If you want to take great photographs, the first step is understanding the different types of cameras and how to use their manual settings. Both amateurs and aspiring professionals will learn how to use a digital camera properly.
We'll start by learning about the variety of cameras on the market, from point-and-shoot to digital SLR. Then we'll look at the essential manual controls every photographer should know, followed by tips on organizing and archiving your photos - because after this workshop, you'll take a lot of pictures!
This workshop will cover:
If you have a digital camera, bring it and your user's manual! Because individual cameras vary widely, we won't have time to go through settings for each one. Your user's manual is a handy shortcut to your camera's specific controls.
Aspiring professional and semi-professional photographers, and enthusiastic amateurs who want to take better photos. This workshop is also perfect for anyone who wants guidance in buying a new camera!
Dana Romanoff is an award-winning photographer and multimedia producer using art as activism to raise awareness of key issues in society. Her clients include National Geographic Society, The Women - s Foundation of Colorado, LifeQuest Transitions, Reportage-by-Getty Images, The New York times and numerous other editorial, commercial and humanitarian-aid organizations. Dana - s work is published and exhibited around the globe and she has received numerous international recognition including the 2011 Blue Earth Alliance Award, shortlist for the 2010 Anthropographia Multimedia and Human Rights Award, and was part of a team of reporters awarded finalist for a Gold Medal Pulitzer Prize in Public Service.
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We want to make our training as accessible as possible so we offer a simple payment plan for our Transitions Certificate Programs. Each of the 4 payments is 25% of the total registration fee with no finance charges or other costs. The first payment will be taken when you register and the remaining 3 payments are paid every month for the following 3 months (detailed payment information in the table below). It's easy to take advantage of this option and we encourage you to sign up early since these programs often fill up fast! If you're interested, don't register online. Instead, please contact BDA staff at 303-800-4647 or email us with the name and start date of the program you wish to attend (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we'll get you setup, take your first payment, and confirm your registration.
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