Intermediate Digital Photography - Classes Weekly for 4 Weeks Beginning March 7, 2019
Mar
7
to Mar 28

Intermediate Digital Photography - Classes Weekly for 4 Weeks Beginning March 7, 2019

Tuesdays DAYTIMES 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
-July 18 – August 8, 2017 (4 WEEKS) 

An intermediate class on digital photography comprised of 4 sessions Exploring more advanced topics than those covered in the basic course. The class goes beyond the technical basics and covers more of the art of photography.

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Apr
14
10:30 AM10:30

Basic Digital Photography

An introductory course in digital photography.

You will learn:

  • How to select a digital camera.
  • What type of camera will meet your needs?
  • What type of lenses you need for what type of subject.
  • All about accessories such as tripods, flash attachments, etc.
  • How to get the files into a computer.
  • How to prepare the image for printing, cropping, resizing, sharpening, etc.
  • How to protect your files.
  • The role of the camera, versus the role of the photographer; we'll discuss how the camera is the tool and how the photographer makes the image, good cameras don't necessarily mean good images.

BRING YOUR CAMERA and MANUAL IF YOU HAVE ONE!

Level: Any

Class price: Register before November 25: $75, register after November 25 $105

Register here

Materials fee: $0 Class size: Minimum 2, Maximum 12

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Intermediate Digital Photography
Feb
26
to Mar 19

Intermediate Digital Photography

Tuesdays DAYTIMES 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
-July 18 – August 8, 2017 (4 WEEKS) 

An intermediate class on digital photography comprised of 4 sessions. Each session will include a lesson, including a demonstration and review of each student’s images. The student will not only receive instruction they will also be given a critique of their work with suggestion on areas to focus on and improve. While the course primarily focuses on choosing and using a digital camera, some instruction will be provided on preparing and printing your images. Note that this is not a photo manipulation course. 

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Feb
17
10:30 AM10:30

Basic Digital Photography

An introductory course in digital photography.

You will learn:

  • How to select a digital camera.
  • What type of camera will meet your needs?
  • What type of lenses you need for what type of subject.
  • All about accessories such as tripods, flash attachments, etc.
  • How to get the files into a computer.
  • How to prepare the image for printing, cropping, resizing, sharpening, etc.
  • How to protect your files.
  • The role of the camera, versus the role of the photographer; we'll discuss how the camera is the tool and how the photographer makes the image, good cameras don't necessarily mean good images.

BRING YOUR CAMERA and MANUAL IF YOU HAVE ONE!

Level: Any

Class price: Register before November 25: $75, register after November 25 $105

Register here

Materials fee: $0 Class size: Minimum 2, Maximum 12

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Making Panoramic Photographs
Jan
21
9:30 AM09:30

Making Panoramic Photographs

A course on the basics of making panoramic images, from the very basic to the advanced. While there are elaborate panoramic heads often used on the most complex images, very good images may be made with a camera hand held, allowing very wide angle images to be created with basic lenses at very high resolutions. This a fun class and we'll both shoot the images and stitch them together.

Details and registration can be found here

 

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Dec
9
10:30 AM10:30

Basic Digital Photography

An introductory course in digital photography.

You will learn:

  • How to select a digital camera.
  • What type of camera will meet your needs?
  • What type of lenses you need for what type of subject.
  • All about accessories such as tripods, flash attachments, etc.
  • How to get the files into a computer.
  • How to prepare the image for printing, cropping, resizing, sharpening, etc.
  • How to protect your files.
  • The role of the camera, versus the role of the photographer; we'll discuss how the camera is the tool and how the photographer makes the image, good cameras don't necessarily mean good images.

BRING YOUR CAMERA and MANUAL IF YOU HAVE ONE!

Level: Any

Class price: Register before November 25: $75, register after November 25 $105

Register here

Materials fee: $0 Class size: Minimum 2, Maximum 12

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Intro to infrared Photography
Jul
22
9:30 AM09:30

Intro to infrared Photography

 This Class on Infrared photography will Focus on:


1. Using filters on normal digital cameras to create images, what filters to use and what to expect.
2. Having your camera modified tor infrared photography or purchasing one that has been modified.
3. Capturing the infrared image. Dealing with color and focusing issues
4. Post processing the image.
5. Achieving a false color look.
 

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Intermediate Digital Photography
Jul
18
9:30 AM09:30

Intermediate Digital Photography

Tuesdays DAYTIMES 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
-July 18 – August 8, 2017 (4 WEEKS) 

An intermediate class on digital photography comprised of 4 sessions. Each session will include a lesson, including a demonstration and review of each student’s images. The student will not only receive instruction they will also be given a critique of their work with suggestion on areas to focus on and improve. While the course primarily focuses on choosing and using a digital camera, some instruction will be provided on preparing and printing your images. Note that this is not a photo manipulation course. 

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Apr
7
9:30 AM09:30

Intro to Macro Photography

Rose Macro

Macro photography is photographing small objects. Flowers, Jewelry, insects, etc. It can be challenging due to the limited distance things are in focus with photographing closeup.

The course will explore different methods and equipment from the simple and inexpensive to the complex and costly. The class will consist of a discussion of the equipment and techniques and will include several demonstration projects. Lighting, equipment selection, and focusing techniques will be explored in depth.

Students should have a good understanding of their equipment and how to use it. If student has any macro equipment bring it along and feel free to photograph the example exercises. The basic or intermediate photography class would be helpful, but is not a prerequisite.

The class is held in the Bywater in New Orleans. Information and registration can be found here.

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Making Panoramic Photographs
Jan
21
9:30 AM09:30

Making Panoramic Photographs

A course on the basics of making panoramic images, from the very basic to the advanced. While there are elaborate panoramic heads often used on the most complex images, very good images may be made with a camera hand held, allowing very wide angle images to be created with basic lenses at very high resolutions. This a fun class and we'll both shoot the images and stitch them together.

Details and registration can be found here

 

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Oct
21
9:30 AM09:30

Photographing Your Artwork

PHOTOGRAPHING YOUR ARTWORK
Instructor: Charles Bush
Friday 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
February 6, 2015 (ONE DAY WORKSHOP)

Learn how to photograph your artwork to apply for art shows and for use on the web. We'll discuss the type of camera to use, how to light for the best effect and how to control shadows and reflections to get the best results from a jury.

Pricing and Registration on the New Orleans School of Art and Craft Web Site

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Making Panoramic Photographs
Mar
18
9:30 AM09:30

Making Panoramic Photographs

A course on the basics of making panoramic images, from the very basic to the advanced. While there are elaborate panoramic heads often used on the most complex images, very good images may be made with a camera hand held, allowing very wide angle images to be created with basic lenses at very high resolutions. This a fun class and we'll both shoot the images and stitch them together.

Details and registration can be found here

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Dec
4
9:30 AM09:30

Intro to Macro Photography

Macro photography is photographing small objects. Flowers, Jewelry, insects, etc. It can be challenging due to the limited distance things are in focus with photographing closeup.

The course will explore different methods and equipment from the simple and inexpensive to the complex and costly. The class will consist of a discussion of the equipment and techniques and will include several demonstration projects. Lighting, equipment selection, and focusing techniques will be explored in depth.

Students should have a good understanding of their equipment and how to use it. If student has any macro equipment bring it along and feel free to photograph the example exercises. The basic or intermediate photography class would be helpful, but is not a prerequisite.

Pricing and Registration Available here.

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