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          1Portrait Photography
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Portrait PhotographyTime: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
“True Portraiture is a window to the soul” -Anonymous
In this class we explore the different types of portrait photography and people's expectations from each. We cover proper lens choices and camera types for different styles, as well as flash systems, lighting techniques, effect filters, and reflector use. Students learn basic best practices for posing subjects and location scouting. We also discuss the legalities and ethics involved in taking portraits.
Formats: Digital and Film
What to bring to class: Pen or Pencil, paper, camera, and lenses.
Optional: Tripod and flashes.
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3 4Photo I
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Photo ITime: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This class is an introduction to the basic photographic principles of ISO, Shutterspeed, and Aperture and how these elements work together to create four types of images; show action, stop action, full depth of field, and limited depth of field. We cover other topics such as Metering, White Balance, Auto Focus, Contrast Ratios, and limitations of digital and film cameras. If you are new to Digital Photography or have had your camera for years and are still shooting on Automatic Mode, this is the class for you. We help simplify your camera so that you can take better images and enjoy the process. The small class setting makes learning comfortable and interactive.
5Photo I
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Photo ITime: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This class is an introduction to the basic photographic principles of ISO, Shutterspeed, and Aperture and how these elements work together to create four types of images; show action, stop action, full depth of field, and limited depth of field. We cover other topics such as Metering, White Balance, Auto Focus, Contrast Ratios, and limitations of digital and film cameras. If you are new to Digital Photography or have had your camera for years and are still shooting on Automatic Mode, this is the class for you. We help simplify your camera so that you can take better images and enjoy the process. The small class setting makes learning comfortable and interactive.
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10 11Photo II
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Photo IITime: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This class builds on material discussed in Photo I. Students will learn about lens perspectives and focal lengths and what lens to choose based on what they want their image to look like.We cover equipment choices for various genres of photography and image types. We dive deeper into other photographic accessories such as filters, meters, flashes, and digital storage options. Students also learn how to use the four stops of light to determine exposure. The combination of Photo I and II lay the foundation for those interested in learning photography.
12Photo II
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Photo IITime: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This class builds on material discussed in Photo I. Students will learn about lens perspectives and focal lengths and what lens to choose based on what they want their image to look like.We cover equipment choices for various genres of photography and image types. We dive deeper into other photographic accessories such as filters, meters, flashes, and digital storage options. Students also learn how to use the four stops of light to determine exposure. The combination of Photo I and II lay the foundation for those interested in learning photography.
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17 18Composition
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
CompositionTime: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Composition refers to the way in which various elements of a scene are arranged within the frame. Learning how to compose an image is just as important as learning proper exposure. There are no hard rules in composition, but there are guidelines that enhance the visual experience. In this class we explore these elements and discuss how they affect an image and how to use them as a form of expression. We will also cover a general history of photography.
19Composition
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
CompositionTime: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Composition refers to the way in which various elements of a scene are arranged within the frame. Learning how to compose an image is just as important as learning proper exposure. There are no hard rules in composition, but there are guidelines that enhance the visual experience. In this class we explore these elements and discuss how they affect an image and how to use them as a form of expression. We will also cover a general history of photography.
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