Are you getting the most out of your DSLR? Do you want to know more about your camera and how it works? Do all those settings make your head spin? Professional photographer Libby Williams will lead a three-hour "Intro to Photography - Mastering Your DSLR" class and unravel the mystery of those camera settings. The class is 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 3 at the Charleston Parks Conservancy office, 720 Magnolia Road, Suite 25, in West Ashley.
Start in the classroom with a live demo of photography and how your camera works. Williams will outline the ins and outs of the settings on your camera in real time. Learn more about when to set your camera on manual mode, automatic mode and what all those letters mean for your final photo. This class is for people who have some knowledge of their camera, but beginners are welcome. Please bring your DSLR camera for the best results in this class. Cost is $40 and space is limited. Register online at http://bit.ly/2AidVYj.
Williams has been taking photos and doing graphic design work for the Charleston Parks Conservancy since its inception. She has worked as a photographer all over the state, region, country and even traveled around the world following her dream and telling stories for her clients. Her work has appeared locally in publications like Charleston magazine, City Paper, Skirt!, and Garden & Gun.