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Introduction to Digital Photography by Robert Sullivan

September 3 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

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An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Saturday, repeating until September 24, 2022

$95.00 – $140.00

This class is designed to teach the basics of digital photography, with the goal of giving you a working knowledge of your camera and getting you out of auto mode. You’ll learn the functions needed to take control of the camera: aperture, shutter speed, ISO, exposure modes, white balance, depth of field, and so on. Understanding how the camera works will help you create the photos you want. 

This class is appropriate for DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. Please bring your camera to class, so that you can apply and start using the settings and features that we demonstrate and discuss.

Class length: Four weeks. Saturdays 9/3- 9/24, 11 – 12:30. In the second and fourth classes, at least half the class will be devoted to a critique of students’ work.

Cost: $95/members, $140/non-members 

What to bring to class: a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a fully-charged battery. (An extra battery is always a good idea.) As many lenses as you have or can carry. A notebook. Lots of questions.

Before Coming to Class: Read a review of your camera, so that you have some idea of its capabilities and how it works.

Search on these sites for information about your camera:  Photographylife.com ,   dpreview.com

Searching for your camera on Youtube will also reveal a lot of information.

Maximum of 10 students. Minimum of 4.


September 3
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
$95.00 – $140.00
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Studio Classroom
321 High Street
Cambridge, MD 21613 United States
(410) 228-7782


Dorchester Center for the Arts
(410) 228-7782


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DCA Member
$ 95.00
10 available
Non DCA Members
$ 140.00
10 available