New PV NET Digital Photography Class Starting March 7th


I have a new class starting for PV NET beginning Monday, March 7th from 1:00-3:00 pm for five sessions. The class is titled, “Introduction to Digital

Photography – The Basics”. This is the first class I will be teaching on Monday afternoons for PV NET. Here are the main topics we will be covering:

Session 1 – Take a series of pictures and then upload them to the PVNET computers.

Session 2 – Use Photoshop Elements 8 to organize/find your pictures quickly.

Session 3 – Use Photoshop Elements 8 to quickly enhance your photos.

Session 4 – Make a simple slide show using Photoshop Elements 8.

Session 5 –   Learn how to email your photos from Photoshop Elements 8.

Each one of the sessions will be a basic introduction to the topic that will allow you to get started enjoying the photos you have taken with your digital camera. The neat thing about the class is that you will be using your own photos taken during Session 1. PV NET overlooks Point Vicente and has a great view of Catalina, so make sure you bring your camera to the first day of class.

I suspect that for most readers of my blog, this class may be too basic. If that is the case, please pass on this information to a friend who is just starting to explore digital photography. If you have taken one of my classes in the past, you may still want to take this course. It will provide an excellent way to review some of the key topics.

To register CLICK HERE and follow the link or you can email/call Emily Chen directly at emilyc@palosverdes.com  or 310 544-5395.

Remember bring your camera and cable/card reader to the first day of class. We will be taking pictures.

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