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Have a camera, but don't know how to use it? This is the workshop for you!

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From Hounds of Light:

Gallery Main Street is hosting the Hounds Of Light Basics of Digital Photography Workshop Series for the public at the gallery. Cost for all three workshops is $98 per person. The workshops are taught by Dolph Miller and John Johansson of Hounds of Light.

Basic Digital Photography

Location: Gallery Main Street Gallery and Rose Garden Center, Tyler

Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Date: April 12, 19, 26

Time: 10:00am-4:00pm

Take your photography to a new level with three one-day workshops. If you just got your first digital camera or have owned one for a while and want to move beyond hit-or-miss snap-shots, this class is for you!

Gain knowledge to fully use the capabilities of your digital point and shoot or DSLR cameras. Learn the basic concepts of photography so you can understand and take control of your camera's features to quickly and dramatically improve your image making skills. These basics will give you a solid foundation on which to build your skills and knowledge in the future.

Personalized, Hands-on Instruction

You'll be guided through the terms and functions and creative application of aperture, shutter speed, ISO – the critical camera settings, lenses and shooting modes – in a simple, easy-to-follow presentation followed by hands-on instruction with your camera. You'll learn how to use these tools while exploring subjects such as exposure, depth of focus and composition – the keys to creating more interesting and powerful images.

To register, go to www.HoundsOfLight.com.

About the Instructors

Dolph Miller has been photographing since his college days. While he is mostly self-taught, he has designed and directed numerous advertising photography projects during his agency career. He has attended workshops with nationally recognized instructors: George DeWolfe, Craig Tanner, Craig Varjabedian, Lydia Goetz, Jon Kral and Tim Ernst. His images are in private collections and have been accepted and awarded in competitions.

John Johansson is a graduate of UT Austin's Radio-Television-Film school and worked professionally for over 20 years in advertising, journalism and media production and for four years as Instructor of Photography at Tyler Junior College. His photographs have appeared in books, magazines, juried exhibitions and in promotional material for the U.S. Forestry Service and U.S. Parks and Wildlife.

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