Digital Arts

Hands-On Introduction to DSLR Photography

Ages: 16+
This course is designed to help you understand and get more out of your Digital SLR or “super-zoom” camera. Full of tips, tricks, and live demonstrations, this class will help you understand Aperture, ISO, Shutter-Speed, RAW versus JPEG, and how to use them to your advantage using simple terminology. Discover easy methods for image editing, and take better pictures by using composition techniques and developing your artistic eye. Students should bring their camera and camera manual to class.
Instructor:  Steven Martin
Location: PACE Center
Fee: $65 R/$71 NR
17318 W, Feb. 5 – Mar. 4, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Artistry and Composition For Photography

Ages: 16+
This course is designed to help you understand and get more out of your Digital SLR or “super-zoom” camera. Full of tips, tricks, and live demonstrations, this class will help you understand Aperture, ISO, Shutter-Speed, RAW versus JPEG, and how to use them to your advantage using simple terminology. Discover easy methods for image editing, and take better pictures by using composition techniques and developing your artistic eye. Students should bring their camera and camera manual to class.
Instructor:  Steven Martin
Location: PACE Center
Fee: $55 R/$60 NR
17319 W, Apr. 8 – 29, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking

Ages: 16+
Are you overwhelmed by your pictures? This four-week course introduces students to digital scrapbooking using Heritage Makers. During each class, students will learn techniques, strategies, and skills; then have time to work on their personal digital scrapbooking. Students may create digital books or individual digital scrap pages and pay for those products upon completion. Students will be able to continue working on digital scrapbooking at home when class is finished. (Heritage Makers software is free to use.) Students should bring a laptop with Adobe Flash installed.
Instructor:  Jennifer Wise
Location: PACE Center
Fee: $60 R/$66 NR
17421 Th, Apr. 30 – May 21, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.