POSTPONED: The What and Why of Bokeh

BAC has postponed or canceled all classes, events and shared interest groups through April 1. Information on rescheduled dates will be shared as soon as it's available.

In this all-new presentation and hands-on workshop led by Michael Miller, participants will learn why and how to capture out-of-focus images, or at least out-of-focus backgrounds.

Following a discussion on the process to achieve bokeh, participants will have time to try these skills out with their  cameras. Bring your fastest lens; minimum of f/2.8, faster apertures of f/2, f/1.8 or f/1.4 being ideal.

Cost is $45 for BAC members and $60 for nonmembers. 

 

About Belmar Arts Council

Belmar Arts Council (BAC) was established in 2004 as a volunteer-based organization with one major mission: To bring people together to discover, learn and celebrate the arts.

And one major vision: To develop the BAC as an inclusive community of artists with activities, education, and fellowship.

Its goals are to encourage the arts and support artists, to bring arts programming and education to all and to use the power of the arts to benefit the community.

BAC relies on the support of its members, donors, sponsors and volunteers throughout the year.  For more information, call 732-749-3360 or email info@belmararts.org.

"We invite you to learn how to become a part of the growing and dynamic BAC community."

Contact Information
  1. 732-749-3360
  2. info@belmararts.org
Mon, March 16
6:30 pm — 8:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 03/16/2020 6:30pm 03/16/2020 8:30pm America/New_York POSTPONED: The What and Why of Bokeh

BAC has postponed or canceled all classes, events and shared interest groups through April 1. Information on rescheduled dates will be shared as soon as it's available.

In this all-new presentation and hands-on workshop led by Michael Miller, participants will learn why and how to capture out-of-focus images, or at least out-of-focus backgrounds.

Following a discussion on the process to ...

608 River Road (at Seventh Avenue near the railroad tracks) Belmar, NJ 07719

Belmar Arts Center

608 River Road (at Seventh Avenue near the railroad tracks)
Belmar, NJ 07719

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