Date: Saturday April 7 2018
Time: 2pm - 5pm
Place: Merry Room, Duxbury Free Library
Workshop Leader: Chris Ruggio
Fee: Free for DCC Members, $15 for non-members

Want to learn more about taking great photos?

On April 7 come to an exciting workshop, "Getting off Auto Mode to take better pictures", right here in Duxbury. This workshop is aimed at enthusiastic photographers who want to get the most out of their cameras. In the workshop you'll venture on from your camera's Auto mode into the semi-automatic modes (Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority) to gain better creative control over your images. This is a great fit for anyone who getting started in photography, but can also be a fun refresher for more experienced photographers. There will be several expert instructors on hand to work with you individually as needed.

This course is FREE for DCC members and $15 for non-members.

We'll cover the following topics and each will be followed by a short assignment to put your learning into pratice.

1. Understanding exposure and light.

2. Understanding aperture settings and shooting in Aperture Priority Mode.

3. Understanding shutter speed and shooting in Shutter Priority Mode.

4. Understanding composition and bringing it all together.

What to bring: your compact camera or DLSR

Biography

Chris is a self-taught award-winning photographer and Getty Artist.

He is a Boston native who spent 20 years living and working in London, returning three years ago to live in Duxbury, where he is now President of the DCC.

If you are interested in signing up for this workshop, please contact Chris Ruggio.