University Classes 4/6 – 4/10: Understanding Your DSLR, Starting Wedding Photography, Color Manageme
Published: April 05 2010
UNDERSTANDING YOUR DSLR III: COMPOSITION
Class Date: April 6th (Tuesday), 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Knowing all the science and mathematics behind photography can only take you so far. The art of photography is 90 percent seeing and 10 percent photographing. Students will learn the vital aspects and rules of image composition and graphic design as they apply them to taking photographs.
UNDERSTANDING YOUR DSLR I: BASICS
Class Date: April 7th (Wednesday), 11:00am - 1:00pm
This class is for beginners to amateur photographers looking to gain a better understanding of the automated modes and features, as well as the manual control and capabilities of your digital SLR. Be instructed on the importance of understanding the fundamentals of photography such as depth of field, ISO, aperture, shutter speed, exposure compensation, metering, reading histograms, on-camera flashes, lenses, and how each of these will affect your photos!
STARTING WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
Class Date: April 8th (Thursday), 6:00pm - 8:00pm
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Break into the highly popular and profitable world of wedding photography! Learn the ins and outs of the wedding portrait industry from starting your business to posing the bridal party at the church.
COLOR MANAGEMENT 101 AND INKJET PRINTING with LIGHTROOM with ANDREW DARLOW
Class Date: April 10th (Saturday), 11:00am - 5:00pm
This full day lecture-style workshop with award-winning author and photographer Andrew Darlow includes an overview of suggested inkjet printers, tips for selecting the right papers and coatings, a printing workflow using Lightroom, tips for color managed printing from Photoshop CS4 and Photoshop Elements, and much more!