The El Paso Museum of History will be offering classes on the basics of digital photography beginning January 14, 2016.

Now you can learn and improve technique and composition with an eight week course at the El Paso Museum of History. Classes will be taught by photographer Luis Rodriguez teaching the basics of DSLR operation, including a discussion on aperture, shutter speeds and ISO with discussions on the ten rules of composition, digital workflow, and various photo manipulation techniques.

Class meets once a week starting January 14 through March 10. The cost of the eight week class is $62 for museum members and $77 for non-museum members. Interested residents may register at the gift shop of the El Paso Museum of History. Registration ends January 12.

Rodriguez has been involved in photography for 18 years and has taught digital photography courses for El Paso Community College and the El Paso Independent School District. He has been involved in and played a prominent role in community programs such as the Chuco Artist Network, Sunset Heights Block Party, Lincoln Park Conservation Committee, Border Talk, and various Downtown Revitalization efforts.

For more information contact Community Engagement Coordinator, Jaime Knoedler at knoedlerjm@elpasotexas.gov or call (915) 351- 3588.