Creative Basics of Photography - Technical Quality and Creative Purpose - ONLINE
Learn the universal basics of photography that apply to all DSLR and mirrorless cameras. We will explore exposure, metering, camera settings and aperture, shutter speed and ISO control to improve your technical understanding of photography and your ability to make images with creative purpose. This class is for people that want to learn or refresh their skills in controlling the camera and stop shooting in Program mode. Not recommended for cell phone or point-and-shoot photographers.
Lecture style class with a review of images and discussion.
This program will be held online in a Zoom meeting. Registration will close and details on how to join the sessions will be emailed the day before the program begins.
Price: $41, $36 member
Instructor: Scott Dressel-Martin
Scott is a principal at Dressel-Martin MediaWorks, Inc. Scott has photographed around the world, including the Middle East, Mongolia, South Africa, Mexico, Spain, Singapore and all around the United States. Currently based in Denver, Colorado Scott began his career in newspaper photojournalism and has been published internationally. He is the official photographer of the Denver Botanic Gardens and also works with a select group of important institutions helping them tell promote their mission and tell relevant and moving stories. Many of Scott's clients are in the not-for-profit world such as Denver Botanic Gardens, Children's Hospital Colorado, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, Denver Health, VISIT Denver. Scott also works with corporate clients such as Level 3, Hensel Phelps Construction Company, Hyatt Hotels and Vail Resorts. Scott is a passionate teacher and speaker on photography and creativity. He has a Master's from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, New York.