This photography course will teach you how to effectively use your camera and develop your photography skill set. This class is designed to help the beginning photographer as well as the more familiar photographer. The class will be working with DLSRs, Point and Shoot, DLSR, Bridge, and Phone cameras. Topics covered will include camera setting, types of file formats, types of lighting, composition, working with the exposure triangle, depth of field, speed lighting labs, formats for prints, white balance techniques, metering system, Marco photography, choosing the correct lens for photo sessions, and software editing. Class will include field trips, in class labs and tips for better photographs.
*Attendees will be required to bring their cameras to class.
Mon. & Wed., Sept. 10 -19, 5:30 P.M. – 7:30 P.M.
Student Union East (SUE) 231
CRN: 98130 | Course: XCE 0222 | Fee: $80
Find your creativity and discovery through your lens! This course will explore the
following topics: knowing your camera through the camera settings, composure (rule
of thirds), aperture, shutter speed, camera ISO, exposure and white balance, posing
your subject, balancing your creativity, finding your style, and taking photos from
camera to print. The course will conclude with a field trip to St Andrews State Park
or Eden Gardens State Park for a photo session. Attendees will be required to bring
their cameras to class. Interested in a Photography 101 class? Contact Lara Herter below.
Lara Herter, Program Developer, Community & Education