Photography Critique & Challenge
This class meets 2 to 3 times per month via ZOOM. You will learn new techniques and explore different subjects each session. Each session will have a critique section, new “lessons”, and an assignment for the following session. You will learn via visual presentation, discussions, and photo critiques. This is a great time to try new ideas, and get feedback/ideas on your techniques. This series of sessions are: Tuesdays at 7 to 8 pm – April 4th – 18th, 2023
Digital Photography Basics – Exposure & Composition Online Class
Looking to improve your photography? Learn ISO, aperture, shutter speed, composition rules, and using exposure as part of composition. It is suitable for DSLR, Mirrorless, and Point-and-Shoot camera models. Course includes: 1. The Digital Photography Basics – Exposure & Composition PDF; 2. Lessons & Assignments; 3. Q & A via email; 4. Photo critiques (limited to 8)
Not Your Grandma’s Black & White
Want to recreate the look of classic black and white film images? Black and white photography thrives in the digital age. You’ll learn both in-camera and computer techniques to create beautiful and timeless B&W images. We will discuss camera settings, differences between color and black and white compositions, contrast, and tonality. The class is a combination of presentation, online discussion, and assignments related to the subject being learned. There will be discussion/critique of student’s photos. This class is three 1.5 hour sessions. The dates/times of the class are decided between the student and instructor. Sessions will take place via ZOOM.
The Art of Photographing Birds
Do you love birds and photography? Then, this is the class for you! You will learn about exposure, photography techniques and bird sighting skills. We will discuss the best equipment, in-the-field ethics, how to “find” the shot and great birding locations. Students learn through visual presentation, lecture, and assignments related to the subject being learned. There will be discussion/critique of student’s photos. The dates/times of the class are decided between the student and instructor. This class is two 1.5 hour sessions via ZOOM.