FDTC Corporate & Workforce Development – Photography Basics – Photography Course

Florence Darlington Technical College, Corporate & Workforce Development invites you to take a course in Photography Basics.

Whether you want to explore photography as a hobby or as a potential side business to earn additional income, this course will prepare you with a solid foundation of skills to begin.  Learn to experiment with your camera and capture meaningful photographs.

 

Course topics will include:

History of photography

Camera types and overview of advantages

Lens types and appropriate uses

Exposer controls

Lighting

Image capturing and editing

 

For schedule information and to register please contact Lakischi Livingston at 843-413-2719 or Lakischi.Livingston@fdtc.edu.

FDTC Corporate & Workforce Development – Photography Basics – Photography Course

Florence Darlington Technical College, Corporate & Workforce Development invites you to take a course in Photography Basics.

Whether you want to explore photography as a hobby or as a potential side business to earn additional income, this course will prepare you with a solid foundation of skills to begin.  Learn to experiment with your camera and capture meaningful photographs.

 

Course topics will include:

History of photography

Camera types and overview of advantages

Lens types and appropriate uses

Exposer controls

Lighting

Image capturing and editing

 

For schedule information and to register please contact Lakischi Livingston at 843-413-2719 or Lakischi.Livingston@fdtc.edu.

FDTC Corporate & Workforce Development – Photography Basics – Photography Course

Florence Darlington Technical College, Corporate & Workforce Development invites you to take a course in Photography Basics.

Whether you want to explore photography as a hobby or as a potential side business to earn additional income, this course will prepare you with a solid foundation of skills to begin.  Learn to experiment with your camera and capture meaningful photographs.

 

Course topics will include:

History of photography

Camera types and overview of advantages

Lens types and appropriate uses

Exposer controls

Lighting

Image capturing and editing

 

For schedule information and to register please contact Lakischi Livingston at 843-413-2719 or Lakischi.Livingston@fdtc.edu.

FDTC Corporate & Workforce Development – Photography Basics – Photography Course

Florence Darlington Technical College, Corporate & Workforce Development invites you to take a course in Photography Basics.

Whether you want to explore photography as a hobby or as a potential side business to earn additional income, this course will prepare you with a solid foundation of skills to begin.  Learn to experiment with your camera and capture meaningful photographs.

 

Course topics will include:

History of photography

Camera types and overview of advantages

Lens types and appropriate uses

Exposer controls

Lighting

Image capturing and editing

 

For schedule information and to register please contact Lakischi Livingston at 843-413-2719 or Lakischi.Livingston@fdtc.edu.

FDTC Corporate & Workforce Development – Photography Basics – Photography Course

Florence Darlington Technical College, Corporate & Workforce Development invites you to take a course in Photography Basics.

Whether you want to explore photography as a hobby or as a potential side business to earn additional income, this course will prepare you with a solid foundation of skills to begin.  Learn to experiment with your camera and capture meaningful photographs.

 

Course topics will include:

History of photography

Camera types and overview of advantages

Lens types and appropriate uses

Exposer controls

Lighting

Image capturing and editing

 

For schedule information and to register please contact Lakischi Livingston at 843-413-2719 or Lakischi.Livingston@fdtc.edu.

FDTC Corporate & Workforce Development – Photography Basics – Photography Course

Florence Darlington Technical College, Corporate & Workforce Development invites you to take a course in Photography Basics.

Whether you want to explore photography as a hobby or as a potential side business to earn additional income, this course will prepare you with a solid foundation of skills to begin.  Learn to experiment with your camera and capture meaningful photographs.

 

Course topics will include:

History of photography

Camera types and overview of advantages

Lens types and appropriate uses

Exposer controls

Lighting

Image capturing and editing

 

For schedule information and to register please contact Lakischi Livingston at 843-413-2719 or Lakischi.Livingston@fdtc.edu.

Wind in the Willows and Rikki Tikki Tavi

Florence-Darlington Technical College (FDTC) will host the inaugural Arts and Sciences Festival, Monday through Thursday, March 28-31, 2016.  The week-long event is set to host an array of events that will showcase the newly formed Arts and Sciences Department at FDTC. Students, faculty and staff from around the college will come together and demonstrate their unique skills and talents. The community is also invited. To conclude the week, the Technically Dramatic Club will hit the stage in the Fred C. Fore Auditorium at 6:30 p.m. to act out Wind in the Willows and Rikki Tikki Tavi. There will be a $5 cover charge for adults to attend the two plays. Seniors and children tickets are only $3.

For more information on the event, please contact Associate Vice President of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Marc David by calling (843) 661-8265 or by emailing him at marc.david@fdtc.edu.

Jazz on the Plaza

Florence-Darlington Technical College (FDTC) will host the inaugural Arts and Sciences Festival, Monday through Thursday, March 28-31, 2016.  The week-long event is set to host an array of events that will showcase the newly formed Arts and Sciences Department at FDTC. Students, faculty and staff from around the college will come together and demonstrate their unique skills and talents. The community is also invited. Jazz on the Plaza will kick-off Wednesday, March 30th’s events at 11 a.m. as the smooth sounds of jazz music will fill the air on the first floor of the 5000 Building.

For more information on the event, please contact Associate Vice President of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Marc David by calling (843) 661-8265 or by emailing him at marc.david@fdtc.edu.