Landscape Photography Urban Photography
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Urban Photography (PHOTs104-18)

This course is intended to deepen the understanding of urban spaces and to enhance methodological skills for capturing different aspects of urban scenes. Photography can help us observe the details of everyday life we often overlook. By reflecting on urban subjects through photographic theories and contemporary examples, as well as with hands-on experience, students broaden their understanding on the subject and create a thematic-based photo project. By selecting and exploring a specific topic based on the idea of urban scenes, students learn to express their own personal responses to the subject. The course includes on-location sessions, lectures and group discussions based on photos taken by students. Students will complete course with a final portfolio of works. Bring camera and notebook to first class. Prerequisite: a basic understanding of how to use your own camera and how to upload images onto a computer.
Thursdays 6pm - 9pm, May 18 - Jun 22
Tara Nicholson
Tuition: $225.00 (18 hrs)
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Landscape Photography (PHOTs207-18)

This course is a hands-on investigation of contemporary landscape photography. The course includes review of camera operation, followed by further study of depth of field, long exposure, flash and tripod use, simple lighting set-ups and the basics of post production (using computer software to adjust photographs). With several classes held "on location", students will learn firsthand how to shoot under diverse light and weather conditions and a range of terrains. Composition and image sequencing are also covered. Students will complete this course with a finished portfolio of work and will be confident to use their camera to produce dynamic and interesting photographs of local territories and land formations. Bring camera and notebook to first class.
Tuesdays 10am - 1pm, May 16 - Jun 20
Tara Nicholson
Tuition: $225.00 (18 hrs)
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