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When is it best to photograph a subject in black and white and when do you use color? This class focuses on this question as well as helping students gain technical confidence in using their DSLR cameras.

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Format: Classroom

Hours: 12 hours / 1.2 CEUs

Where: Athens, fieldwork

When: Sept. 19 - Oct 24, 2017

Cost: $179

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Whether you are a beginning photographer or you just want to improve your basic photography skills, this class will help you to have a more thorough knowledge of correct exposure, shutter speed, focus, and composition, as well as develop a “trained eye” for photography, specifically when to photograph in black and white vs. color. Two field trips, plus two classes in the computer lab are included. DLSR camera and owner’s manual should be brought to class each week.

Who Should Attend?

People who are interested in photography as a hobby or possible profession. Open to beginners as well as those who are more advanced. Instructor will tailor class to student’s specific needs.

The class is open to students 18 years of age and up. Minors ages 16 and 17 must be accompanied by a parent or a guardian who must be present in the classroom with the student at all times. We highly recommend that parents or guardians take advantage of the learning opportunity by signing up with their students. Please note that a request and agreement form for registration of a minor is required to complete the application. Call (706) 542-3537 for more information.

Course Information

Course Number: 

88921

Course Date: 
Tuesday, September 19, 2017 to Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Course Date Info: 

6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Course Format: 
Classroom
Location: 
Georgia Center for Continuing Education
1197 South Lumpkin Street, Athens, GA 30602
United States
US
Course Fee(s): 

$179

Continuing Education Information: 

1.2 CEUs