Photo Projects: An Introduction
Thursdays, January 18 - March 1
(6 classes - no class 2/8)
6:30 PM - 9 PM
Whether building a photography business, planning a gallery show or creating a multimedia presentation, photographers are wise to consider the project planning process. To succeed at having your images recognized, you need a deliberate plan that takes into account such aspects of photography as budgeting, rights and permissions, not to mention getting your gear transported for location shooting. In this course, the instructor acts as your director or curator, giving you honest feedback while your self-defined project progresses from raw thumbnails to its unveiling six weeks later. The editing process is emphasized throughout as you learn to examine your shots with a more discerning critical eye. There are many challenges when approaching a project and this class will give you a good understanding on how to start, work through and finish a photo project.
Students need and must know how to use a digital camera and should be able to bring a jump/flash drive or a CD of their images weekly. Some type of photo editing software is a plus.
$180 Members $215 Non-members