A photography clinic is being staged by West Nottinghamshire College for people wanting to learn more about their digital camera.
To celebrate national Adult Learners’ Week (14-20 June), the college has organised a drop-in session at Mansfield Library on Westgate, for adults who want to pick up tips on getting the most out of their camera.
The session, which is free, runs from 10am to 1pm on Monday 16th June. Participants can talk to a professional photography tutor and see examples of other students’ photography work.
Information will be available about how to join a photography course as well as a range of other community-based courses run by the college in the Mansfield and Ashfield areas.
Team leader for adult and community learning Peter Rowley said: “This is a great opportunity for people to get some top tips on how to use a camera and get the best out of their holiday snaps.
“Alternatively, people who drop in to the clinic may want to take their skills further by joining the digital photography course introduction or the next step course which will give them a wider understanding of using a camera.”
To find out more about community learning, call 0808 100 3646 or 01623 413602.