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Photography class for seniors moves you beyond point-and-shoot

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There are very few requirements for a seniors’ photography class offered by the Iroquois Falls Arts Council.

Instructor Lynne Chartier-Cashmore says all you need is a tripod, memory cards, batteries that are charged up, and a flash and extra lenses if you have them.

She adds that the camera can be digital or film.

“As long as they can use it on a manual mode so they can learn how to use their aperture, their ISO and their shutter speed,” Chartier-Cashmore explains.

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She adds that the aim of the course is to you get more out of your photos of your grandkids.

“Maybe the subject in focus and your background out of focus,” she suggests. “Or when he’s playing hockey, getting a blur, you’re actually stopping the action, that kind of stuff.”

The class has its third session this Saturday in the cafeteria at the Jus Jordan Arena.  There are two spots left, and if you fill one of them, Chartier-Cashmore says this is the final week that she’ll be able to catch you up.

 

 

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