Monday, July 27, 2009
Getting the Most Out of Your Digital Camera
I recently gave a new seminar at the FMCA International Rally in Bowling Green, Ohio, entitled 'Getting the Most Out of your Digital Camera'. It was a completely new seminar for me, but one that I had a lot of fun writing and even more fun presenting. I had almost one hundred attendees and despite some challenges with the audio visual (on account of my use of a Mac), I think that everyone got a lot of value from it. We covered Camera Basics (History, Terms, Parts of a Camera, Understanding Features and Settings), Taking Better Digital Pictures, and Managing Your Digital Photos).
As always, I'm happy to hear any comments or suggestions for anyone who attended or not.
Summary and Additional Information
Join Phil May of TechnoRV, for this easy-to-understand explanation of features you may have noticed on your digital camera but were always afraid to use. Phil’s topics will include aperture, shutter speed, flash settings and ISO. Understanding how these items are inter-related will help you use depth-of-field and other techniques to take more interesting photographs and help you understand what happens when using a camera’s pre-set “modes.” His presentation also will explain white balance settings and provide an overview of computer software and websites designed to help you edit, manage, and share your digital images.