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Lunch + Learn: Intro to Instagram

Become an Instagram pro! Get up to speed on the world’s most popular social photo app in this get-acquainted hour-long intensive. Whether Instagramming for personal use or for a business, this class welcomes people wanting to explore Instagram basics and how the app works. DETAILS: Bring your smart phone or tablet for this hands-on learning experience. Explore Instagram’s creative features. See how to make amazing images, add filters and basic photo edits, then find out how use this platform to get social. Get ready to have fun transforming basic shots into creative images you can’t wait to share. REQUIREMENTS: • Bring your iPhone or Android Saturday, June 16, 2016 1pm-2pm Instructed by Kat

How to Load Sheet Film Holders

Wondering how to load and/or unload large-format sheet film holders? Check out our quick video with some basic tips! Stop by our shop if you'd like an in-person demo - we're happy to help! #howto #analogphotography #HollandPhotoImaging #sheetfilm #largeformat #4x5 #photography

Lunch + Learn: Film Cameras 101

Learn the ins and outs of your film camera in this hands-on class. Figure out how to work with and adjust your camera's settings to create amazing available light images. Join us on Wednesday, May 30 from 12pm-1pm. Bring a bag lunch, your film camera, and questions. We'll provide answers, drinks, and snacks! RSVP here!

What ISO to Use?

ISO is a camera setting that controls the brightness or darkness of your photos. It is a crucial setting to use properly if you want to take the best possible images. There are questions to ask when deciding what ISO to use: 1. What time of day are you shooting? If you are shooting outside during the middle of the day, you will need to use a lower ISO such as 100 or 200. If you are shooting at night without a tripod, you will have to increase the ISO to a higher number to be able to record the light on the camera’s sensor. 2. Will the subject be well lit? If your subject or scene is too dark you will need to use a higher ISO such as 800 or 1600. 3. Do you want a sharp image or an image with