The Office of Information Technology (OIT) will present Digital Photography: Introduction on Wednesday, June 12 in room 101 of the Administrative Services II Building.
Chris Donald, of Design, Education and Outreach, will teach the basics of how your digital camera works, how to determine when to use manual versus picture modes; about f-stops, aperture, ISO, depth of field, zoom and other concepts; as well as editing, storing and sharing of your photos.
Students will be expected to bring their own camera, and memory card to the class. Camera must be digital, but does not need to be a DSLR / removable lens camera. To register, visit Classmate.