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2019 Spring Class

Digital Photography - Beyond The Snapshot

Instructor: Elise Klysa, Linwood Riggs

Thursdays •  3/21-5/9 • 1:00-3:00 PM

Location: Jewett 289


Nearly all digital cameras offer excellent value and produce satisfactory photos when left in Auto mode, but if you would like to take your photography skills to the next level, some instruction will likely prove useful. Elise and Linwood will offer advice on which cameras are best for specific uses; explain basic concepts and terminology; discuss all those mysterious camera settings; demonstrate technique; and encourage student participation. Classroom

Class size 5-12 students
0 seats remaining


Elise Klysa is a professional in visual storytelling and photography. She is the owner and photographer of a full service photography business specializing in events, weddings, photojournalism and portraits. Since moving to Maine, Elise has immersed herself in photography where she draws her inspiration from finding the extraordinary in the ordinary.

Linwood Riggs has devoted much of his free time to his nature photography hobby; birds in flight are his specialty – the Ospreys, Bald Eagles, Sandhill Cranes and Great Blue Herons which abound in the Kennebec River Valley and Mid-Coast area. He also travels to the Western U.S. and Alaska. His photographs have been displayed in numerous exhibits in Maine. Examples of his work may be seen at