wkctcs 300PADUCAH, Ky. (3/16/13) – West Kentucky Community and Technical College is offering a five-week class to teach the fundamentals of photography beginning next month.
 
Class instructor Jim Ethridge will cover topics such as camera types, ISO and exposure settings, composition, lighting, types of photography, and more.
 
Ethridge owned and operated a portrait/wedding photography business for fifteen years. Photographs by Ethridge have been used in several books including: “Paducah, Kentucky: A Center for Culture and Commerce,” which celebrates the 65th Anniversary of the Paducah Chamber of Commerce and was published by Turner Publishing and “In Your Backyard,” an article in the fall 2001 issue of Nature Photographer Magazine. Ethridge has also won several local photography contests.
 
Photographic Fundamentals will be each Tuesday evening, beginning April 2 and ending April 30. The course will be held from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Emerging Technology Center, room 112. A short field trip is planned for April 23.
 
The cost for the five classes is $85. Participants are encouraged to bring a camera. A specific type of camera is not required for the class.
 
Call 270-534-3335 to register.
 
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