Digital Camera Basics: Which Settings Do I Really Need?
Modern cameras can be confusing. Endless menus and buttons are overwhelming. The good news is you probably don’t need most of them. In this class I will go over the settings that are most useful. If you only use your camera on automatic, this class is for you! Please note we will NOT go over every setting and menu (which would take hours), but only those that beginners find helpful. This class covers still photography, not video.
Class is limited to four participants (minimum two). Cost is $25 ($15 for a second person sharing the same camera). To register, email email@example.com with subject line “camera class.” You will receive a reply email with a link for payment. Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours in advance to qualify for a refund or to be rescheduled at no additional charge. Class is held near downtown Tucson. Directions will be sent once payment is received.
Email for info: firstname.lastname@example.org
September-December 2017, Ironwood Gallery, Arizona Sonora Desert Museum (Tucson, Arizona)
October 2016, Greg Lawson Galleries (temporary location Scottsdale, Arizona)
June 2015, Calvary Chapel (Tucson, Arizona)
2013 to present, Jones Photo (Tucson, Arizona)
November 2013, Kreative Casita (Tucson, Arizona)
August 2009, Espresso Art Cafe (Tucson, Arizona)
July-August 2008, Lancaster Museum and Art Gallery (Lancaster, California)
Spring 1997, local artisans gallery (Las Vegas, Nevada)
early 1990’s, Tohono Chul Park (Tucson, Arizona)
There are too many to list individually. My images have appeared in dozens of magazines, ranging from Backpacker to Visit Arizona to Journal of the Feline Conservation Federation. My work has appeared in books such as Tucson: High Desert Harmony and Let’s Investigate Wildlife: Cheetahs. In 2014 I published my own book called Zoos of the Southwest, which I wrote and photographed. My pictures have also been used for postcards, calendars, and websites. Discerning individuals have purchased fine art prints for their home or office.