Get to know your camera, improve your composition, learn how to use your lenses, create depth of field, control speed and action.
Each class is divided approximately in half, with the first half being a demonstration and the students using their own cameras, the second half consisting of a critique of each student's photos.
Time: Thursday evenings 6-9pm
Dates: 5 Weeks - July 11, 18, 25 & Aug 1, 8
Space is limited! Registration Required by Friday, July 5, 2019
Cost: NHAA members $135, non-members $150
Call or pay online at www.nhartassociation.org if paying by check, make payable to the New Hampshire Art Association (you must indicate “Understand your Digital Camera” in the comments). Bring in your check or mail it to New Hampshire Art Association, 136 State Street, Portsmouth, NH 038801.
Supplies: bring your camera and lenses, and a memory stick with 6 .jpg images each week or your laptop with the 6 .jpg images, ready to go.
For more information: call 603-431-4230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Joanna has been teaching photography for over 20 years. After receiving her Certificate in Photography form the New Hampshire Institute of Art, she taught Black & White Darkroom I & II and two camera courses at the Institute for 11 years. Since 2002, she has taught basic and advanced photography courses at Concord Community Education. Joanna encourages her students to not only learn about their cameras and various photographic techniques, but also to use photography as an artistic medium for self-expression. In her professional career, Joanna worked as a Senior Technical Writer for several high-tech firms. She is currently the Vice President of the New Hampshire Art Association, and enjoys photography, oil painting, reading, and music.