If you have taken Digital Photo I and II, or you are an experienced photographer, this advanced class may be for you! You must know how to use the settings on your digital camera, including white balance, apertures, shutter, exposure and flash compensation, etc. The class will focus on specific projects in various locations. The instructor can help determine if you are ready for this class. Senior adult and disabled retiree course fee waivers apply.
Learn about all the buttons and controls on your camera, and how to take good shots in modes other than AUTO. This introductory class is for those new to digital photography, digital cameras, or photography in general. If you are using a point-and-shoot camera, you'll learn how to trick it to do cool things. Concentrate on learning the basics of taking portraits, landscapes, night portraits, MACROS, and sports/action shots. Learn basic composition. Bring your camera, a flash drive or memory card reader, the cable to attach camera to computer, and the user manual if you have these. Course fee includes e-book and video tutorials. Senior adult and disabled retiree course fee waivers apply.
Take great photos using manual exposure mode (M), learn how, why, and when to use RAW. Learn different lighting techniques (flash, reflective, directional, natural). Learn how to shoot in Black & White. Bring camera, flash drive or memory card reader, and user manual. Material fee includes an e-book, videos, handouts, and more. Prerequisite: Digital Photography I. Senior adult and disabled retiree course fee waivers apply.
Learn to make collages/composites, panoramas and High Dynamic Range (HDR) photo layers, adjustment layers, using Masks, more advanced selection tools, and more. Learn more advanced photography workflows using various organizers/editors like Adobe Photoshop Elements, Lightroom, and
Photoshop CS. Photos will be provided for all exercises. Bring your camera, batteries, and memory card. Also, bring a flash drive with photos to work on after each technique is taught. Prerequisite: Photo Editing Techniques. Senior adult and disabled retiree course fee waivers apply.
This course teaches photographers the second and third leg of the photography workflow triangle: organizing and editing your photos. Learn how to make exposure and color corrections, color balance, sharpening, and more. In addition, learn to organize your photos so you can find any photo within 60 seconds 5 years from now. Senior adult and disabled retiree course fee waivers apply.
Covers all aspects of of building a portfolio to show prospective portrait subjects. Get more comfortable being behind the camera and interacting with real life portrait subjects from professional models to corporate executives to kids! Pre- requisite: Digital Photography I Senior adult and disabled retiree course fee
Thinking of turning your hobby into a part-time business? The costs are minimal, but learn to do it right with a basic business outline. Learn what areas of photography can make you money. Decide what equipment you need and how to get it for the best price. Set goals, choose locations, balance your business and hobby skills for the winning combination! Senior adult and disabled retiree course fee waivers apply.