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FREE Workshop - An introduction to your DSLR camera and the basics of getting cinematic shots

  • Omineca Arts Centre 369 Victoria Street Prince George, BC, V2L 2J6 Canada (map)

“An introduction to your DSLR camera and the basics of getting cinematic shots”

Bring out your new camera or dust off the one that’s been hanging out on the shelf out for this workshop! Entrance is by donation.
This workshop that will go through the essentials of photography, the functions of your DSLR camera, lenses, and photographic composition and then move into a quick overview of some editing basics in Adobe Lightroom.

Recommended experience level: Beginner

By Donation
Space is limited.
RSVP Darrin.Rigo@gmail.com


Me (Darrin Rigo)

I was born and raised in Northern BC. I grew up in Terrace, and moved to Prince George for University in 2009 and have been here ever since. I love photography. I’ve been behind the lens of a camera in one way or another since I was 15 years old. Landscapes, people, products, you name it – I am happiest when I’m shooting and editing.

Darrin Rigo was born and raised in Northern BC. He grew up in Terrace, and moved to Prince George for University in 2009 and have been here ever since. He loves photography. He has been behind the lens of a camera in one way or another since he was 15 years old. Landscapes, people, products, you name it – He is happiest when he's shooting and editing.

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