Master Photography Workshop
Saturday, June 11, 2016
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Ages 15 & Up
Instructor: Audra Haddock-Martenot
Attend this one-day (five-hour) workshop to make the most of your digital photography. Get hands-on experience and learn how to use your digital camera to get the results you want. The workshop covers shooting in manual mode, shooting raw files, understanding the menus and understanding white balance. Audra will also cover exposure, lighting design and creative composition of your photographs to enhance your ability to capture images. Post processing of images will also be covered. Audra will simplify and demonstrate Photoshop.
This one-day photography workshop is for those interested in taking their photography to a higher level. Explore, be creative, develop visual talents and become part of the experience.
The morning session will teach participates how to judge and control light to their advantage, find the right composition when framing the composition, know when it’s best to use flash and much more. Emphasis will be on Portrait photography (studio and natural lighting) and Architectural Photography including a walking tour of historic South Prospect Street and the Hager House. The afternoon session will focus on post-production using Adobe Photoshop CC. Photoshop is an extensive program that offers thousands of tools to edit, manipulate, and enhance photographs. Students will be walked through the basic post-production workflow, including the basic tools that make up the program from uploading, resizing, then preparing images for display. This course will include methods and tools like sharpening, color correcting, spot removal, layer editing and more.
All types of digital cameras are welcome, including point-and-shoots, but DSLR cameras are encouraged. Tripods are also recommended. Lunch is on your own.
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Art Class Refund Policy
No refunds are available for art classes when the cancellation is made within two weeks (14 calendar days) of the first day of class. Cancellations made more than two weeks prior to the start of class will be given a 50% refund. All classes should be paid in full upon registration unless other arrangements have been approved by the Education Department. If a class does not meet enrollment and a cancellation is required a full refund will be issued.