Sports Photography for Parents
Are your kids involved in youth sports? Do you own a DSLR camera? Would you like to improve your photography of their games? Good sports action photography requires more than just setting the camera to auto mode. This beginner level hands-on two night workshop will cover equipment, exposure, lighting, and other techniques necessary for taking high quality sports action photos with your digital camera.
Instructor Sterling Worrell is a veteran visual arts teacher at Hopkinton High School where he teaches photography courses including digital photography, film photography, and iPhone photography. He also works as a freelance photographer doing product, location, and press photography. Worrell has a masters degree in photography from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and teaching related certifications including- Google Certified Educator, Adobe Education Trainer, and Adobe Campus Leader.
Location: Hopkinton High School, Room C203
Dates: Wednesdays, March 18 and 25
If you withdraw from a program at anytime prior to two weeks before the program start date, you will receive an account credit good towards other Parks and Recreation programs. Account credits do not expire. Account credit will not be issued if the cancellation takes places within two weeks of the program start date. Cancellations due to a medical emergency will have the option to receive an account credit or a refund at anytime with proper medical documentation. If a program is cancelled by Parks and Recreation, you will have the option to receive an account credit or a refund for that program. Please call the office to cancel. 508-497-9750