Are you holding your new point and shoot digital camera in hand and looking at all the buttons, menus and knobs wondering, “why is this thing so complicated”? New cameras are more like computers—with the ability to take pictures. If you need someone to explain the menus, settings and features in an understandable way, then this workshop is definitely for you.
Lewis will explain the basic concepts of digital photography, plus:
During the workshop, we will be hooking up a digital camera to the projector, so participants can actually see all the menus and follow along with their own cameras.
This concise 3-hour workshop will fill quickly. Register today!
Your Instructor: Lewis Kemper
Lewis Kemper has been photographing the natural beauty of North America and its park lands for over 29 years, specializing in nature and outdoor photography. During his extensive travels, he has been to 47 states; from Alaska to Florida. His work has been exhibited and published in magazines, books, and calendars worldwide.
Before moving west, he received a BA in Fine Art Photography from George Washington University in 1976. The grandeur of the West beckoned, and Lewis moved to Yosemite National Park, where he lived for 11 years. From 1978 until 1980, he worked at The Ansel Adams Gallery. Working at the gallery gave him the opportunity to meet, observe, and learn from some of the greatest photographers of our time. "The experience of working at The Ansel Adams Gallery was very influential in my development as a photographer", he states.
You can learn more about Lewis, and see additional photographs, at his Web site: LewisKemper.com