January 7-March 15
In eight weeks you will learn specifics of how to use your DSLR outside of AUTO mode & utilize features you may not even realize are in there. Getting comfortable in Manual Mode & taking control of the features, will help you make any type of image you can imagine! We spend 4-5 weeks in the classroom, 2-3 weeks shooting, and finish with a live critique where we, as a class see the difference in your work. This is a great place to begin learning about your camera and introductory photography concepts.
Instructor: Jesse Walker
Location: Thatcher-Young Mansion, 35 W 100 S, Logan
Day and Time: Thursdays, 6:00-7:30 PM (8 weeks)
Photography & the Art of Seeing-starts Jan 15!
This class is an exploration of “seeing the art in the everyday”…an exploration of that beauty of that & learning to talk about it. We will practice shooting using existing light while trying to remain a “fly on the wall.” The instructor will share some techniques in the idea of shooting “on the street” while remaining unobtrusive to the scene.
This summer class session will be “walking the streets of Logan, Utah” and neighboring locations agreed upon pre-class session, be prepared with proper weather and walking attire. We will concentrate and be challenged to create environmental portraiture, candid everyday scenes and people oriented landscape imagery while being ready to create pictorial imagery as we see it.
The class will have actual and on-line critiques on a weekly basis and the class will end with a small showing of work and a Portfolio Exchange.
The student should have a basic understanding of his or her camera and can use the camera of choice with access of a reflector or foam core fill card.
Instructor: Maria Ellen Huebner
Location: Art Room (2nd floor) Bullen Center, 43 S Main, Logan
Day and Time: Tuesdays, 6:15-8:15 PM (6 weeks) – will start January 15!
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Pro-rating and/or pay by class is not available.
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