Class Name :
Exploring Photography: Concept & Narrative • PHNN173A59
Class Date :
September 07 - October 26
Meeting Times :
Thu 5:30-8:30pm (8 sessions)
Class Location :
About this Class:
Take your photography to the next level through guided observations of art and technique. This intermediate-level class reviews the fundamentals of exposure and composition, with an added emphasis on conceptual and narrative development. Learn to make more thoughtful imagery as we view examples from a curated history of photography—from 19th-century portraiture to work by contemporary artists from Honolulu, Tokyo, New York, and Los Angeles. Technical studies include: lighting schematics, manual white balance, exploring different focal lengths, and digital inkjet printing. Includes presentations, critique, and photography field trips.
Required: any SLR or mirrorless camera with interchangeable lens. Film and digital cameras welcome.
Prerequisite: Introduction to Photography or equivalent.
Upon registering please e-mail instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org for course calendar and supply list.
Artwork by Natalie Nakasone
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