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Winter Session Photography Workshops at Campanile
February 3, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
An event every 2 weeks that begins at 9:00 am on Saturday, repeating until March 3, 2018
The Campanile Center for the Arts is pleased to announce that we will again be offering a series of digital photography workshops designed for the aspiring photographer. These workshops are open to teens and adults and will cover key concepts to get the best quality photos from your DSLR camera.
The first workshop will take place on Saturday, January 20th and will provide an Introduction to Photography. You’ll learn what composes a camera” system” including batteries, memory cards, accessories, and what you should carry in your camera bag at all times. Additional time will be spent on understanding the modes and functions of your particular camera.
On Saturday, February 3, you’ll learn The Exposure Triangle- Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO. These three basic exposure elements will be covered resulting in how to achieve properly exposed photographs.
Then on Saturday, February 17, Camera Manipulations will be discussed. Focusing selections, light metering options and depth of field will be covered.
Finally, on Saturday March 3, Lighting will be the topic. How different types of lighting, including natural light, artificial light and fill flash will be explained and how lighting affects photographs.
All of the workshops are instructed by Howard Honig. Howard is a second generation photographer studying at Columbia College in Chicago. He spent several years working on the City of Chicago press staff covering former Mayors Michael Bilandic and Jane Byrne, and other political figures. Howard specializes in photo journalism and product photography, weddings and events.
Every brand of camera is welcome! All sessions are from 9 am to 12 pm. Each session is $45, or if you register for all four, you’ll receive a package discount of $20. Early registration is strongly encouraged as four students are needed for a class to be held. Class size is limited to 10 students. To register, please visit www.campanilecenter.org or call the Campanile Office at (715) 356-9700.
Campanile Center for the Arts, located in Downtown Minocqua at the corner of Milwaukee and Flambeau Streets, is a non-profit 501-C (3) arts center committed to developing, promoting & supporting the performing and visual arts in the Lakeland community through education, performance & exhibition. For more information on upcoming events, visit us at www.campanilecenter.org