Digital Arts Workshops

Spring, Late Spring, & Summer:

Spring: March 4 - April 27 (8 weeks)
Late Spring: April 29 - May 25 (4 weeks)
Summer A: June 3 - June 30 (4 weeks)
Summer B: July 8 - August 3 (4 weeks)

 

PLEASE NOTE: If there is no registration link available, class registrations are limited to Benefactor and Above memberships until February 26th.  

An Introduction to the iPhone Camera with Mark Stall

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Days & Times:
See registration dates below, 1pm-3pm
Level:
All Levels Welcome
Location:
373 Tequesta Drive - Studio A
Instructor:

The iPhone is one of the world’s most frequently used cameras. Mark’s workshop will demonstrate how to improve everyday photos so you’re ready for any situation. Mark considers the iPhone his  ”Digital Brownie Camera” due to its simplicity. iPhones are digital darkrooms with sophisticated apps empowering you to do so many mind-boggling things.

This is Mark’s 11th year teaching iPhone photo workshops. Mark designed his workshops for beginners thru experienced photographers interested in learning to use their iPhones as a camera for both taking and post-processing their photographs. Mark will show the best way to set up the features of each camera in the iPhone, general photographic techniques, and several camera/photo apps. to improve and enhance your images. Every participant should own an Apple iPhone. The newer the iPhone the more it will match Mark’s workshop, but many techniques can be used with any version. Everyone should have access to the Lighthouse WIFI, have AirDrop ready to go, and download three apps that Mark will email prior to each workshop.

Florida’s Fabulous Birds with Bob Gibson

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Days & Times:
December 17, 7am-11am
Level:
All Levels Welcome
Location:
Offsite in Delray Beach (locations are in description)
Instructor:

Schedule:
7 am: Wakodohatchee Wetlands, Delray Beach,
9 am: Green Cay Nature Preserve, Delray Beach

Students will learn how to take telephoto portraits of Egrets, Herons, Anhingas, Waterfowl, and more using shallow depth of field (wide apertures) to create contrast between subject and background. Students will practice taking images at eye level with their subjects for the most intimate portraits, and learn to position the camera to capture “catch light” in the eyes of their subjects. To capture sharply focused birds in flight, students will learn the best shutter speeds for each species.


Fabulous Birds Photography Workshop Supply List