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Point and Shoot Digital Camera Workshop
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
7:00 pm
In the downstairs Archer Room (through the lobby stairwell)

This workshop is for very beginners with a new camera or those needing a good review of their point and shoot camera. This digital camera workshop will cover the most important functions of your camera to help you understand how to take great photographs. Bring your camera, instruction booklet, fully charged batteries, any charging cords or extra batteries to class. We will be exploring the camera functions hands on, taking photos and testing many features which will require lots of battery power. Kathy E. Esch, BFA is a professional photographer, illustrator, and painter specializing in animal portraiture and the image of trees. She has an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts and Commercial Art from MATC Madison, also a Bachelors Degree in Fine Art from UW Madison, Wisconsin. She has taught a wide range of art classes at MATC, UW Mini Courses, and MSCR.

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