How to Tame Your Camera … and Teach It to Do Tricks
Do you have a camera with too many buttons and dials?
Ever found yourself wondering why your photos aren’t coming out as well as you’d hoped?
This innovative, hands-on class is designed to help you move beyond taking snapshots and learn how to create vivid images. Every camera made today – compact, mobile phone, or DSLR – can take stunning photographs. You just have to know how your camera sees and thinks. When you understand a few basics, you can train your camera to do some amazing tricks and create images that you’ll love.
We will also cover how to process your images using photo-editing software on your computer or mobile device to enhance the photograph and create different versions, such as black and white or sepia toned
If you’ve been stuck in Auto, this class is for you.
Instructor: Thom Adorney
Thom Adorney is a photographer living and teaching in Beverly, MA. Recognized as a Master Artist by the Newburyport Art Association, Thom’s images have won numerous awards, been used on CD covers, websites, and in magazines. He has exhibited his work at the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Newburyport Art Association, and Gallery 62. Thom also volunteers as a house photographer for The Cabot Theater and for several non-profits on the North Shore. You can see more of his photography at thomadorneyimages.com
Register by emailing Thom at https://www.thomadorneyimages.com/contact.html