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Photography Decision-making for Quality Images Workshop   

The process of photography offers individuals with many potential decisions that must be made in the process of capturing a quality image. There are technical decisions that are critical to the quality of the photograph, such as focus and depth of field, as well as the exposure triangle of ISO, shutter speed and aperture. There are also aesthetic decisions less technical in nature that truly makes the difference in one's effort to capture a dramatic and interesting image that attracts the viewer. Examples of the aesthetic decisions include choice of subject matter, timing, composition, quality of light, and angle of view. This three-day workshop will provide the participants with the opportunity to learn how to enhance their decision-making skills resulting in stronger, more dramatic images. Notes: The instructor will have material prepared that can be shared with participants in advance to help prepare them for the class. Each participant shall have access to a digital camera to use during the class. 


Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m.


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