*Abbreviations under the "Available" column: A = Available // NA = Not Available // R = Previously Registered // WL = Currently on the Wait List
Digital Photography: Seeing, Capturing, and Displaying a Digital Image
This course will explore photography using a digital camera, both consumer cameras sometimes referred to as point-and-shoot cameras, and DSLR cameras. Only occasional references might be made to smartphone cameras. The course will introduce typical camera controls and functions; offer suggestions for getting better photos through composition techniques; use of perspective; importance of exposure and white balance; fundamental editing of photos to achieve a better image; and suggestions for managing a growing collection of digital images. Techniques for sharing and printing photos will be included. The course is well suited for the beginner or amateur seeking to learn and improve taking and sharing photos, and more advanced photographers might find useful tips.
Note: This course does not meet on Tuesday, October 10.
Bob Stroud holds degrees from Washington and Lee University: AB, 1956; LLB, 1958. In addition to practicing law before retirement in 2002, he had been a lecturer at W&L and its law school, the Darden School of Business, UVA Law School, the Virginia State Bar continuing legal education program, and he had taught courses for OLLI. Bob has had a long-time interest in both photography and computers. He switched from film to digital cameras in the early 2000s and has extensive experience as an advanced amateur using Photoshop and Proshow programs for editing, viewing, and displaying digital images. He has been printing his own images since he switched from film to digital and now also produces video DVDs of his pictures for viewing on a TV or the web, frequently using what are called “Ken Burns” effects.
|A06||Bob Stroud||Sep 12, 19, 26, Oct 3, 17, 24||Tu||11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.||Unity of Charlottesville||WL|