Time: February 5, 2011 from 9am to 4pm
Location: UHM Krauss Hall 12
Street: 2500 Dole Street
Website or Map: http://www.outreach.hawaii.ed…
Event Type: workshop, -, to, register, call, 956-8400
Organized By: Susan Horowitz
Latest Activity: Feb 1, 2011
Unleash the limitless capabilities of your DSLR without the confusion of instruction manuals or technical jargon, all in a fun, casual and supportive environment.
Do you know how to use your ISO or depth of field? Do you know which aperture to use to blur your background? Do you know how to freeze your child in action? This one-day class answers all of these questions and more. This is a true beginners class designed to make YOU a confident and knowledgeable photographer.
The workshop begins with a discussion of the basic elements of photography followed by a series of demonstrations that allow you to immediately apply what you’ve learned. No digital photograph is complete without post-production. You are introduced to the digital workflow to illustrate some of the endless possibilities of improving your pictures with editing software.
No prior experience necessary. Please bring your camera and a digital capture card capable of exposing a minimum of 50-60 images.
Engaged in photography throughout her education, Tracy Wright Corvo earned a bachelor's in communications and a master's in elementary education from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts while she worked as a commercial photographer in Boston. She taught in private schools in Honolulu for 10 years before starting her portrait photography business, with an emphasis on children. She works with all film and digital camera formats, and prints most of her work. Her portfolio can be seen at: www.tracywrightcorvo.com.