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Tips for Taking Better Photos – Connect 360° Workshop
Tips for Taking Better Photos
This workshop took place on Nov. 8, 2017. Vernon Bryant shared about his professional experience in photography, reviewed the functions of the digital camera and explained how to take the best photos that tell your story.
Missed the workshop? You can watch the presentation videos below.
Tips for Taking Better Photos – Part 1
Tips for Taking Better Photos – Part 2
Tips for Taking Better Photos – Part 3
Workshop Presented by Vernon Bryant
Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017
About the workshop
The workshop will include a Q&A, examples of Vernon Bryant’s work, stories from the field, a breakdown of the digital camera and its functions, as well as exercises and tips to take better photos that tell a story.
What will people take away from this workshop?
A better understanding of photography and practical tips to take better photographs.
Who should attend this workshop?
Anyone wanting to learn more about digital photography.
What should attendees bring?
Nothing is required. Participants can bring a digital camera if they want to practice any of the tips on location.
How should attendees prepare?
Come ready to enjoy photography as well as to learn more about digital photography.
About the presenter
Vernon Bryant joined The Dallas Morning News photography staff after a 2000 fall internship. He interned at the Austin American-Statesman for two summers, USA TODAY and The Dallas Morning News, before becoming a staff photographer at the News.
He graduated from the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in photojournalism and a minor in art photography. He is a native Texan who found an interest in photography at a young age. A high school class in photojournalism helped cement his interest in photojournalism to pursue it as a career.