Youth Digital Photography
Date: 6 Tuesdays, October 5 - November 9, 2021
Time: 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Age: Tweens and Teens, 11-15 (seriously interested younger students welcome too)
Location: Studio 1B
Instructor: Andy Mars
Tuition: $145 Non-Members / $130.50 Members
Are you Digital Photography Challenged (DPC)? Take the test: Do you take cockeyed and boring photos? Are your photos off-center like some of your BFFs? Are you clueless about how to edit a photo? Do you think shutter speed refers to how fast your Grandma’s window treatments close? If you have answered yes to any of these
symptoms of DPC take this class! Is your camera (DSLR, Point & Shoot &/or Mirrorless) still in the box or have you tried using it a few times and it ended up in the closet? Well, it’s time to blow off the dust! You will learn tips on photo composition and what the buttons do on your camera. You will get better-quality images by
learning about shutter speed, aperture, and ISO settings. Discover simple editing techniques for the best exposure and how to pick out the most successful photos in your collection.
Digital Camera (DSLR, mirrorless, or point & shoot)
About the Instructor
Andy Mars is a freelance photographer, photo artist & instructor: She photographs events (specializing in weddings), people and pets. She is a photography instructor teaching classes & workshops in digital photography, iPhoneography, mixed media photography and computer file organization & workflow. Her work has been exhibited at the Memorial Arts Museum in Rochester, NY, Manhattan and CT galleries and various Soho Gallery restaurants. Visit Andy's website.