Fall 2017 Photography Schedule
Digital Photography Studio Orientation
Tuesday 6-6:30 Sept. 26
PHO-1 Todd Weber FREE
This one-half hour class is REQUIRED for ALL Returning Photo Members who are NOT registered in a digital photography class.
Be refreshed in how the studio works and be informed of changes or updates to the studio. Pre-registration Required.
Shutterbug 101: Take Great Photos!
Mondays 6-8:30 Oct.9 to 30
PHO-21 Todd Weber Class Fee: $35
A 4-week introductory class designed to familiarize you with your “beyond point-and-shoot” camera (film or digital, SLR and mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras, as well as advanced, single fixed-lens cameras). An individual camera consultation will occur in the first class…Bring your camera and its MANUAL! Topics of discussion will include shooting “modes”, what makes a good exposure, best camera settings to use for portraits or for action shooting, basics of composition, lens and gear choices, etc. A field trip will be scheduled.
Beginning Digital Photography and
Adobe Lightroom Editing
Thursdays 6-8:30 Oct. 5 to Nov. 30 (No Class 11/23)
PHO-22 Heather March Class Fee: $60
This 8-week digital photography class is for all beginners wanting to learn the basics of photography from image capture to post-production using Adobe Lightroom. Learn to identify desirable lighting, to compose an image, and how to correctly know your camera’s settings. With Adobe Lightroom, learn best practices from importing, managing, and protecting digital images on your computer, photo editing, and file preparation for various methods of output. Class will include field trips to explore camera usage. It is recommended that participants bring their digital camera and a large (1TB recommended) external hard-drive for their digital library.
Beginning Studio Lighting
Tuesdays 6:30-9:00 Oct. 3 to Nov. 21
PHO-23 Heather March Class Fee: $60
This 8-week studio photography class is for all beginners to learn the basics of studio lighting as it applies to capturing photographic images in the best light! Learn how to properly set up and utilize studio equipment to best illuminate the subject you wish to photograph; exploring both portraiture and still life. Some prior camera knowledge/familiarity is a plus. An excellent class for students with 3-d projects that need to be photographed for portfolios or artists looking to get good images for websites, etc. You will learn best practices for importing, managing, and protecting digital images on your computer, photo editing, and file preparation for various methods of output. It is recommended that participants bring their digital camera to the first class. Don’t own a camera? Camera loan and rental options will be discussed.