One week from today I'm teaching a class on digital cameras as part of the Tech Boot Camp, along with a number of other instructors on other topics. I know from my own experience with my Dad, who's going to be 92 this coming October, digital photography seems a lot harder than the days when he just dropped off a roll of film at the drug store.
The thing is it's not difficult! Sadly, so many of you are caught in technology's "perfect storm" between what's trendy, what your kids are sharing with you and not understanding the tools you have at your finger tips. We're just going to have a good time and take it slow - there's nothing really difficult about digital cameras.
The Internet has changed just about everything we do, with one big exception. It's still "fun" to take pictures and even more fun to share them.
Student volunteers are needed to assist with classes. Call Caroline Allen at 941.556.3249 or email email@example.com for information in Sarasota, or contact Tom Harlow, in Venice at 941.584.0052, firstname.lastname@example.org