Uncategorized | December 17, 2010
From Casper College:
If you are like most people with a digital camera you have some great photos on your computer that you would like to turn into prints, but just don’t know how. It may be easier than you think, with the help of a digital photography class being offered for the spring semester at Casper College.
“Electronic Digital Photo” (ELTR 2145) will include the basic techniques of digital photography and an overview of what is needed to acquire, store, retouch, and print digital and hybrid photographs.
Miles Hecker, digital photography professional, will teach the class on Wednesdays, 6-9 p.m. According to Hecker, students will learn the fundamentals of digital photography, how to make quality prints on their inkjet printer, how to scan their old slides and negatives, and how to master Adobe Photoshop CS skills to create better photos.
For more information or to register, call Casper College at 307-268-2929. The class begins on January 19, 2011.