Has your camera been sitting in the corner collecting dust?
Have you ever wondered what all those dials on your point and shoot camera are?
Would you like to know how to use your camera and get some great pictures?
Well, with a little instruction and practice we can show you.
The Flat Rock DDA is sponsoring a Point-And-Shoot class on Saturday August 11 and Saturday August 25, 2012 from 10 to 11 AM. The class will start at the Mediterranean Flame Restaurant, 26452 W Huron River Dr., then walk to Marketplace on Arsenal and Gibraltar then to Huroc Park. In these two one hour sessions you will learn how your camera works. The class will be instructed by Flat Rock resident and professional photographer Jeff Thomas and assisted by Joe Pagano. In the first session you will learn about your camera and how to take and frame a picture. You will then have two weeks to practice what you learned in the class. In the second session Jeff and Joe will review your best shots with you and the class will choose the best 3 pictures. They will be framed and displayed at the Mediterranean Flame Restaurant on Huron River Drive in Flat Rock. The class is limited to 12 students. The cost is only $5.00 includes coffee at the Mediterranean Flame during class instruction.
What should you bring to class?
- Your camera, fully charged,
- Your camera book and
- Of course $5.00 for the class.
What else will you need?
- A CD or thumb drive to put your three best shots on.
Other general rules;
- All pictures must be taken in the City of Flat Rock.
To register for class, email to firstname.lastname@example.org and type your
3) Phone Number and
4) email address.
You will get a conformation email with a number. Registration is limited to 12 students with 2 alternates if others drop out prior to class.
or, you can bring your $5.00 and register this Saturday at the Farmer’s Market.
See you at the Mediterranean Flame Restaurant August 11, 2012.