Photography 101 with Ted Mueller
Two-part class featuring the basics of digital photography. Students will learn the basics of digital photography: camera settings and function, properties of light, fundamentals of composition, and post processing in the digital dark room. Each session format will encourage Q&A to address the varied interests of the students. The information provided should apply to DSLR, Mirrorless, and cell phones. Students should bring lunch.
Ted Mueller is an award-winning photographer, formerly employed by The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory as an engineer, system engineer, project manager, and Chief Programs Manager in the Space Department, as well as Vice Program Chair and Adjunct Professor at The Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering. After retirement he pursued photography and is currently working on a Professional Photographers of America Master of Photography degree.
Class fee $105.00 members, $135.00 non-members
Sessions will be held on Saturday June 10 and 17, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.