Virtual Photography Talk: How to Take Great Pictures using Your iPhone

Photographer and instructor Nick DePasquale will be back online to teach us all about iPhones and how to use their camera features to take great pictures in this two-hour Zoom workshop.  This class is iPhone-specific but will also touch on other types of smart phones and their ability to take good pictures.  You will learn about the importance of adjusting exposure and how to do this generally, but Android users will need to do some of their own background investigation using their manuals.

Nick DePasquale has worked as a professional photographer for many years and has a lifelong passion for his craft.  He has worked for several magazines and at tons of events, and his photos have been published in print and online regularly and this includes marketing brochures and for local musicians.  He teaches photography classes, conducts workshops and photo walks, and tutors beginning to advanced photographers.  He exhibits photos from his travels around the world for the benefit of many not-for-profit organizations, and volunteers his time at fundraising events throughout the year.  Nick has worked for a weekly newspaper, a motorcycle racing magazine, and as a wedding and sports photographer.  We hope you will join us for an educational and enjoyable program!

This will be a virtual program via Zoom.  Advance registration is required here and once signed up, you wll receive the Zoom link via Email the day of the event.

This program is kindly sponsored by the Friends of the Milton Public Library and is free and open to all. 

Date:
Tuesday Apr 5, 2022
Time:
6:30 PM  -  8:30 PM
Contact:
Jean Hlady    (617) 898-4964    jhlady@ocln.org
Location:
Virtual
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