Using Your Digital Camera 1-Day Workshop with Chris Rochette
About the instructor: Chris Rochette has long been influenced by both photography and teaching. His photographic career began while he sailed off the coast of South America and has continued through different stages and locations. Over the past ten years he has practiced his art under a range of circumstances. Currently, he works primarily with industrial photography – a challenging activity – while his love of teaching introduces him to unique environments.
The opportunity to teach basic computer use, photography, and industrial safety enables him to work with a range of audiences, too.
Chris he has been teaching a fun digital photography class for several years at FBCA and he is always rewarded with fresh perspectives. Each class he teaches is, he feels, a new experience full of learning for student and the instructor.
Title: Using Your Digital Camera 1-Day Workshop
Instructor: Chris Rochette
Day & Time: Sunday, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
This workshop’s primary focus is conducting practical exercises to make students more familiar with using their cameras in every-day scenarios and experimenting with ways to start taking pictures immediately. It introduces students to the various elements of a camera and covers camera terminology, the parts of a camera, the various types of cameras, the general theory of taking photographs, and working with the adjustments needed to manually set a camera.
It also helps anyone who recently bought a digital camera to understand how to use the shutter speed, aperture, ISO and white balance.
Fees: $60 Members; $80 Non-members