This program will be held virtually. A link to the Zoom webinar will be sent after registration in the confirmation email. This workshop will only be available live. They will not be recorded.
Fridays: January 8-February 5, 2021 6:00-8:00PM (5 Sessions)
Max Participants: 20
Instructor: Steve McGrath
Are you still getting to know your digital camera and its features? Here's an opportunity to learn from an expert in this online workshop for beginners! Have your camera ready and learn when and how to use its special features - such as program mode, manual mode, aperture priority and shutter priority. Also covered will be basic composition and best use of light for different situations, such as plant, people, macro, and landscape photography.
Class 1: Beginner settings Aperture, Shutter and some Camera Dials and Buttons
Class 2: Composition
Class 3: Garden Photography
Class 4: Digital Workflow, organizing your Images on a PC
Class 5: Photoshop
Steve McGrath is a professional freelance photographer and photography teacher who has been creating images for 20 years. Steve first began by shooting sports photography for local high schools, then weddings, and stock agencies. Then his love of the outdoors led him to focusing more on his true passion, "nature photography". Steve was an active member of the Gateway Camera Club for many years and has won many ribbons and awards at fairs and competitions through the group and on his own. Several of his images have been published in school textbooks. His favorite places to shoot are Acadia National Park in Maine, the Green Mountains of Vermont, and the Cape Cod National Seashore.