Digital Photography for Beginners with St Ives Adult Learning
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About the Course
This course will teach you how to become a better photographer by explaining how digital cameras work, what the settings on your camera mean and how to use them, how to compose a pleasing photograph, how to use zoom etc and how to produce high quality images. You will create a portfolio of your images with a final in-class exhibition during the last lesson. Practical photography sessions on location may be included.
You ideally need a DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) or Bridge camera to get the most from this course. You also need a memory card, USB stick and pen and paper/sketchbook. Other equipment such as a tripod and flash are not essential but will come in handy later in the course; spares are provided.
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Course Start DatesTuesday 16th January 2018
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