Digital Photography Workshop
Saturday, July 14, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The digital revolution has radically transformed the field of photography. As digital cameras and software have become mainstream, incredible new photographic possibilities have emerged.
This workshop will examine how the fundamentals of traditional photography relate to rapidly changing digital technology. Participants will explore digital techniques, workflow, and concepts of digital distribution.
Prerequisites: Interest in photography, basic computer skills, a digital camera and at least one lens
Clay Haskell's photography has taken him all over the world. As a Fulbright Fellow in photography, he documented the handover of Hong Kong to China. His work has been published by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CBS, and CNN-SI. Clay is also an accomplished cinematographer. His most recent film, "The Hollywood Complex," appeared on Showtime in March.