Do you ever wish you could get more from your photos? Is there a camera in your closet collecting dust? Want to stop just pointing and shooting? Join us to learn the basics of photography! Get your camera in manual mode a learn how to use Shutter speed, ISO, and aperture to take beautiful photographs. In this eight week course, students will cover all the camera control basics, as well as using light, color, texture and thoughtful composition to take their photos to the next level.
About the Teaching Artist
Becky Kestenbaum is a New Jersey based photographer specifically interested in the photographic relationships between light and the passage of time. Becky learned photography via black and white film and incorporated that framework when moving to digital. Becky’s work has been featured in multiple news publications and blogs including the Jerusalem Post, The Turnaround and The Montclair Times. Past Exhibitions include The Fleming Museum at the University of Vermont, and Uncommon Grounds. She’s an experienced art teacher and enjoys teaching the joy of photography and Photoshop to all ages. When she’s not shooting, Becky can be found spending time with her family and their dog, although she’s probably taking pictures then too.