Have you become frustrated trying to use your new camera? Are you mystified with the manual and all the “tech talk”? Perhaps you are confused by so many options that the camera offers that leave you overwhelmed.
For beginners and intermediate digital camera “drop-outs”, this class will help demystify what seems to be a “mini-computer” and move in the direction of taking pictures with you in control of the camera instead of the other way around. Get the basics explained in plain English and discover the many benefits of digital photography, maybe even learn to like your camera! Bring both the camera and manual to class.
January 12th, 2016 – 6:30 to 9pm (Snow Date: January 13th)
Registration: $85 (10% Discount for VCP members)
Instructor: Al Karevy
Class size limit: 8
A commercial photographer based in Keene, New Hampshire, Karevy’s work encompasses a wide range of subject matter, including portraiture, architecture and product photography. He teaches at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge and is on the board of The Vermont Center for Photography in Brattleboro. He has shown his personal work there often as well as in many regional art exhibitions. A recently completed project, a self-published book title, “NZ” can be previewed on his website at www.karevy.com
Questions about the class?
Contact our Gallery Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (802-251-6051)
If you are unable to attend the workshop for whatever reason and have already registered, VCP will refund 100% of the fee if notice is given by January 9th. In the chance that we must reschedule for our snow-date last minute and you are unable to attend the rescheduled date, VCP will refund 50% of your registration fee.