Hobbyists, dedicated amateurs, and aspiring professionals will develop skills in the use of digital cameras and editing software. Gain hands-on knowledge from an experienced professional through a structured curriculum and field experiences. Develop your eye for composition. Learn how to use exposure and light to make the photos you envision. Understand how to operate your digital camera. Know how and when to use flash. Get creative using Photoshop to edit your photos. Whether you want to take great vacation photos, preserve family memories, document important milestones, capture the beauty of nature, share your world through social media, or catch the gleam in a child’s eye, you will gain the confidence and skills you need to improve your pictures! Dates: Mons/Weds, Feb 5 – May 7 (no class week of Mar 23-29) Time: 7-9 pm Instructor: Mike Bisom Fee: $629 (ends Jan 26) /$699 (after Jan 26) Supplies: Bring your digital camera. Classes meet Mondays and Wednesdays, plus two field experiences. Included Classes Digital Camera Basics 5 Wednesdays Feb 5 - Mar 5 Editing Digital Photos Using Photoshop 6 Mondays Feb 10 - Mar 17 Advanced Digital Camera 6 Wednesdays Mar 12 - Apr 23 NO CLASS week of March 23 through March 29 Principles of Lighting and Exposure 2 Mondays Mar 31 - Apr 7 Using Your Camera Flash 2 Mondays Apr 14 - Apr 21 Composition: The Art of Better Photos 2 Mondays Apr 28 - May 5 Critique 1 Wednesday May 7 Optional Field Experiences (choice of 2) Sporting Event Thursday Feb 20 Macro and Light Painting Tuesday Apr 22 Petrified Springs Sunday Apr 27 Portrait Lighting Studio Wednesday Apr 30
A full refund is issued to participants if the university cancels an event for any reason. You may also choose to cancel your registration at least 5 business days prior to the start of the event for a refund event fee, minus a $5.00 processing fee. No refunds will be issued if notice is not provided at least 5 business days prior to the event.
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Wednesday, February 5, 2014 - Wednesday, May 7, 2014 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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