Digital Photography: The Camera (six-session online workshop)
Immerse yourself in this online course to confidently learn digital photography. This course is ideal for students who are new to photography, want to learn manual operations of the camera, or are simply seeking to expand their photographic practice. During a variety of fun photographic sessions you will gain confidence and knowledge of the digital camera. Activities and photo assignments will give you the “depth-of-field- ability” to create the desired dramatic effects in your photos. Together we will master priority modes, manual mode, depth of field, composition, color balance, and more! Photographic assignments during the course will keep your learning fresh and allow you to implement and expand upon your practice outside of class hours.
All kinds of digital cameras are welcome: compact point-and-shoot, the new mirrorless cameras, and SLR (single lens reflex) cameras. Tripods are not required, but welcomed.
This is an online class hosted through Zoom. We recommend that you download the free Zoom application on your computer, phone, or tablet in advance of the first class. Within 48 hours of registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link to join the course via Zoom. The same link will be used each week.
Tuition Assistance is Available
To make our classes and workshops accessible to everyone, Fleisher offers tuition assistance every term so that everyone can join our creative community. We have recently streamlined the application process, making it even quicker and easier. Tuition assistance applications can be completed once registration is open by clicking here. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, Aug. 12. Tuition assistance notifications will be sent by Wednesday, August 26.
What you will learn:
Confidence of the technical aspects of a digital camera (ISO, shutter speed, and aperture)
An understanding of light and how to create exposures in all lighting conditions (day night/interior/artificial or mixed light)
Photographic composition and aesthetics
Introduction to critical discussion of photographic work
Digital camera (all digital cameras are welcome: compact point-and-shoot, mirrorless cameras, and single lens reflex cameras)
Memory card for digital camera
Portable hard drive for securing and saving digital files (not required, but suggested)
Tripod (not required, but suggested)