Are you hindered by your camera, or just looking to upgrade? The answer to "which camera should I buy" is not always simple.
The amount of choices can be overwhelming. This 30 minute seminar will introduce the breadth of the consumer camera market, and help you cut through the marketing-speak and techno-babble.
By the end of the class you will understand the technologies available at all budget levels, and the options that exist beyond a DSLR. Among other things, you will know why pixel density is more important than megapixels when choosing a camera, and what exactly you get if you pay thousands of dollars for a lens.
This class encourages Q&A, so come with your questions and indecisions and as a class we will help you find the right camera for your skillset and budget.
This class is taught right before the Fundamentals of Photography class in the same room.
I have worked as a Digital Imaging Tech at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and I am currently the department photographer for Harvard Molecular and Cellular Biology and a Teaching Fellow for Harvard's Exposing Digital Photography class.
My personal photographs can be found at one/sixtieth