The Bedford Center for the Arts is starting a four-week digital photography series this week, featuring three professional photographers who know what they're talking about, and one real duffer.
All of the sessions will be held on Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. at the center, located on the ground floor of Bedford's Old Town Hall at 16 South Road in Bedford.
Julie McCay Turner, co-chair of the center's board, said the goal of the series is to help beginning digital photographers get off on the right foot, and to help intermediate photographers hone their skills.
The series kicks off this Wednesday, the 21st, with professional photographer Joan Ross speaking on "The Art of Seeing." On the following Wednesday, April 28, local nature photographer Michael Milicia will present tips for capturing great images, followed on May 5 by a lesson in post-processing and Photoshop from photographer Liz West. Finally, the editor of RAW, Boston.com's amateur photography site, will brag about all of you and your great work on May 12.
You must register for the series by sending an e-mail to RSVP@bedfordarts.org or calling 781-275-0742. The cost is $10 per workshop, or $30 for all four.
To learn more about the center, visit its website here.
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