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'Creative Photography' basics

Library offers workshop on ‘Creative Photography: The Basics’

The University of Delaware Library will offer a workshop on “Creative Photography: The Basics” on Thursday, March 9.

Participants will learn the basics of taking great photos as the workshop will cover topics like: composition, light, exposure, framing, color, motion, and balance.

Those who attend should bring their camera as this will be a hands-on workshop. Any type of digital camera will work, from a DSLR to a cell phone camera.

“Creative Photography: The Basics” will be offered from 1:30-3:30 p.m., Thursday, March 9, in Room B of the Student Multimedia Design Center on the lower level of the Morris Library.

Presenter will be Nico Carver, senior assistant librarian and coordinator, Student Multimedia Design Center Services, Multimedia Collections and Services Department.

This workshop is available at no charge and open to University of Delaware faculty, staff and students. Seating is limited and registration is required. For a complete listing of workshops and to register online, go to the library workshops website.

Those who attend are welcome to use the resources of the University of Delaware Library on-site. All visitors to the Morris Library need to have photo identification to enter the building, e.g., a UD ONEcard, a U.S. driver’s license or a government-issued or school-issued photo ID.

Call 302-831-2432 or email lib-workshops@udel.edu with questions regarding the workshop.


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