Discover how digital cameras work and how to control their image making.
There are no available registration dates at this time.
NOTE: This course will be Held in an Online Format using the Zoom Platform. This workshop will begin at 10AM ET and run until 5PM, with appropriate breaks.
Are you still using automatic settings? Then this class is for you! This introductory class is for beginners who would like to learn the basics of their digital camera and move into the manual control modes. Students discover how digital cameras work and how to control their image making. This workshop is an exciting way to learn the technical skills of image making and the proper settings for consistent results.
- Aperture / f-stop
- Shutter speed
- Proper exposure
- Focus vs. autofocus
- Focal length
- Depth of field
- White balance
- Typical camera settings
- Raw vs Jpeg capture
Students are to bring a Digital SLR camera or mirrorless. However, if you have a point and shoot with manual controls they are also welcome. Since every camera is different, you should definitely bring your manual.
No previous knowledge or experience required.
Header Image: Amanda Piela
Instructor: Deanna Witman
Deanna (DM) Witman is a trandisciplinary artist working at the intersection of environmental disruption and the human relationship to place in the Age of the Anthropocene. Her creative practice is deeply rooted within the realm of the effects of humans on this world using photographic materials, video, and installation. DM is affiliated with Klompching Gallery, NY and Cove Street Arts, Portland. Recent interviews and publications include The Guardian, BBC Culture, WIRED, Boston Globe, and Art New England. She actively exhibits her work and has been recognized with grants from the Maine Arts Commission, The Kindling Fund, The John Anson Kittredge Fund, and the Puffin Foundation.