Events for July 8, 2020
Our Virtual FOTOcamp sessions offer three levels of instruction "Level I": Introducing students to the basics of photography. It will cover a little history and the basics of using a DSLR camera. Instruction will focus on the exposure triangle which covers aperture mode, shutter mode, and ISO settings. "Level II": Building on the foundation of "Level I," we teach more intermediate and advanced skills. Students will learn advanced camera functions and post-processing using Photoshop and Lightroom. Virtual Master FOTOcamp: For our advanced students who wish to master the skills they have already acquired, we are pleased to announce our Virtual Master FOTOcamp classes. Some of the best Master photographers in the field of photography and digital art will inspire and teach you the skills and techniques they use that sets their art work apart. GARTEL FOTOcamp Description Our professional instructors, will present photography in a fun and engaging way according to each FOTOcamp students degree of experience and personal interest. Each day the students will explore new lessons in photography, they will have opportunities to practice, and then submit their images for individual and group feedback. By the end of FOTOcamp each student will have a body of work that represents their unique outlook on the way they see the world around them and each student will have the special opportunity to submit their portfolio to be jured for the FOTOcamp Exhibition held in conjunction with the Members Jured Exhibition.
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11 am to 1 pm & 3 pm to 5 pm In this 4-hour virtual workshop, you will learn the basics of your digital camera. This class for beginners will cover equipment, software, and techniques for successful digital photography. We will review all the basic concepts of digital photography, including: -Digital camera features for SLR (single lens reflex) and Mirrorless -Proper set-up -Pixel resolution for different uses -File formats -Advantages of RAW files -Digital media storage devices -Downloading your files to the computer In the first part of the workshop, you’ll learn some valuable techniques from our professional instructors. Then, take a break to try it out yourself. In the final session, reconvene to share your work and ask questions. Before class starts: Please make sure to have your camera, a charged battery, your manual (if you have it) and a memory card. Look for an email invite to a Zoom workshop. If you do not receive one after the class has been confirmed, check your email’s junk folder or call 561-253-2600. Make sure your device(s) are fully charged and you have a stable internet connection. If you have questions, concerns, or technical difficulties call 561-253-2600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Refunds and Cancellations For workshops at the Centre, all deposits will be refunded IN FULL if a workshop is canceled. If
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