Creative Photography 101
This program was designed to give photography students the flexibility to drop in on the workshops covering their subject matter interests/needs without having to commit to a full class session... BUT if you sign up for all 9 sessions at once, you'll get one free! ($25 value, discount will show up in your cart when you add all 9 workshops)
Covering the Basics
In this class we'll go over the basic functions of your digital camera and we'll discuss digital file formats (RAW vs JPEG), and we'll touch upon aperture, ISO, shutter speed (aka the exposure triangle).
All About Aperture
We will discuss the historical origins of the camera obscura and take a deep dive to look at why understanding aperture on your camera is so crucial. Hands-on demonstration of depth of field.
Filling the Frame
In this class we'll dissect the various aspects of photographic composition, from Fibonacci to the rule of thirds, and layering to leading lines.
This is a session that is dedicated to those who enjoy landscape photography. Two main topics will be discussed: high dynamic range photography as well as panoramic photography.
There are many approaches to the genre of portraiture, and many technical aspects to consider such shooting with flash vs available light. But the interpersonal dimension between the subject and the photographer (and by extension, the audience) is equally relevant. We'll discuss all these ideas and do an in-class demonstration.
History of Photography
From the ancient knowledge of the camera obscura to the daguerreotype of the mid-1800s, we'll take a look at how photography came into being. We'll also take a look at some essential photographers, both historical and contemporary, whose work has shaped the medium.
Intro to Photojournalism
This will be a look at the field of journalism and a discussion of photojournalism ethics.
Business of Photography
Issues in contemporary professional art and commercial photography. Contracts, usage and rights. Portfolio development and marketing.
Bring a print of your work and a panel of photographers will discuss and critique your work.