ABOUT THIS EVENT
Arts & DIY
Everyone loves a Kodak moment. The right setting and the right subject makes for the perfect candid snapshot; one you can hang proudly on the refrigerator door for years to come. Kodak moments are priceless, yes, but they’re also elusive … to capture them you must be prepared. Always prepared. And that preparedness starts with having a great camera (no, your iPhone doesn’t count) and more importantly – knowing how to properly use it.
In Part 1 of this series of photography classes, Dabblers will learn the bare bones basics of shooting digital photography. The 101 class will focus primarily on three functions: aperture, shutter speed, and ISO / film speed. After brief instruction from the teacher, students will be able to wander outside to get some fresh air, inspiration and practice. Dabblers can expect to walk away with the necessary knowledge to ditch their camera’s “auto” settings, and will have all the prerequisites needed to advance to Photography 201, which will directly follow this class.
Printing and framing is optional, but is not required or included in the cost of the class.
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
Kris Andrae has been pursuing his passion for photography for the past 8 years. He has received his Certification of Photography from the Illinois Institute of Art, as well as acquiring a certification for Digital Photography through the Illinois Institute of Art in Schaumburg, and a B.S. degree in Marketing. Knowledgeable about both the history and future of photography, as well as being a master behind the lens, Kris is eager to share his years of experience with Dabblers to help them capture their best shots.