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In this course, designed for students who have little previous experience with digital photography, instructor Jaclyn Brown will help students overcome their fear of using manual settings on a DSLR camera as well as help cell phone camera users to maximize potential quality. Students will be introduced to camera operations, very basic image editing, and other important building blocks. After the workshop, students will be able to utilize their newly acquired skills, learned knowledge of what makes a good photograph, and developed confidence to take better control of their photographs as a whole. All digital cameras are welcome! For ages 16+. 

Please bring a lunch; there will be a 20-30 minute lunch break. Please also bring your camera’s operation manual if available, and if you wish to bring a laptop loaded with your preferred editing software you may. Instructor will be demoing with Adobe Light Classic. 

This program has been organized by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and is supported, in part, by the Paul Mellon Endowment and the Jean Stafford Camp Memorial Fund. 

Seating is limited. Sign up in advance by calling 757.741.3300 and select Option 2. 

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