June 25, 2013
8:00 amto2:00 pm

Please note: This class is full. Please scroll through our calendar on the homepage to find an array of exciting programs coming up this year.

"Fishing off the Hooter" by Jessica Archer

Intimidated by manual mode?  This course is designed for a small group to explore the manual settings of DSLR cameras, including exposure and metering, composition, basic macro shooting, and adjusting for different lighting conditions and effects.  This course is ideal for those who are newer to the world of digital photography and who want to learn to use manual mode to create finely composed digital photographs of greater technical quality.  Instructor Jessica Archer will lecture and then bring participants to different areas of the Gardens to practice specific skills. Materials to bring: DSLR cameras, memory card, spare batteries, tripod, and notebook.

Jessica Archer is a fine art photographer and book artist based in Rhode Island. She has an M.F.A. in Photography from the University of Iowa. Her photography has been exhibited nationally.  She owns and operates Jessica Archer Studio in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Find her on the Web at http://www.jbarcher.com.