With KATHLEEN RUGH
PLEASE NOTE: This class will move to our new space at 736 Bushwick Avenue at the beginning of April and remain there for the duration of the class.
Moving past the basics, Digital Photo II: Intermediate is where things start to get interesting. This course picks up where Digital Photo I leaves off, and introduces color photography, white balance, lighting and on-camera flash, as well as composition review, color schemes and creative effects.
Class time is a mixture of solid technical training, in-depth demonstrations and group critique. We'll be covering the more fascinating aspects of creative photography and dissecting legendary images from the most revered photographers. As with Digital Photo I, the course culminates with an exhibition of final projects created during class. You'll push beyond your limits and leave the class with a series of images to make you feel proud.
Who should take this class?
Intermediate shooters, which includes students who have already learned how to control exposure manually. This class is perfect if you have some experience with photography... maybe you took a few courses in college and need a refresher, or you'd like to progress further after completing Digital Photo I: The Basics
What to bring
Your camera, manual, a fully charged battery, any additional lenses and a clean memory card.
Knowledge of digital SLR manual functions and a basic understanding of exposure control, depth of field and motion blur is required for this course. It is highly recommended to complete Digital Photo I.
Meets 9 consecutive weeks