Wedding Photography

Wedding photographs tell a story and last a lifetime. Photographs, as important as these, should be handled with caring hands, a thoughtful eye, and a focus on detail. 

Snapshot

  • Format: Classroom

    Hours: 14 hours / 1.4 CEUs

    Where: Athens, fieldwork

    When: June 2 - July 21, 2015

    Cost: $189 plus $10 for supplies

This course is designed for experienced amateurs as well as those who are interested in becoming professional photographers. Discussion and demonstration will focus on, among many topics, the use of the flash, lighting, and candid vs. posed photos. Learn how to create wedding and coffee-table albums, where to upload your wedding photos, and about wedding contracts, pricelists, websites, and advertising. Two sessions will meet off-campus at different Wedding Houses with live models. One session will meet in a computer lab for color correcting and adjusting photographs.

Who Should Attend?

  • Individuals interested in learning how to become a professional photographer
  • Individuals interested in learning the skills and techniques needed to photograph weddings and other special events. 

Course Information

Course Date: 
Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Course Date Info: 

Tuesdays
6 - 8 p.m.
No class Tuesday, June 30, 2015 

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

$189 plus $10 for supplies

Continuing Education Information: 

1.4 CEUs

Phillip Faulkner, a photographer for UGA's Athletic Department for five years, has had his photographs published in The Georgia Bulldog Magazine, on GeorgiaDogs.com, Tennessee Vols.com, the 2005-2008 UGA Media Guides, and Inside Tennis of Northern California. He also takes photos for The Oconee Enterprise, the Athens-Banner Herald, Oconee Leader, and Dawgprints, as well as freelance photographs for families, pets, weddings, and other special events. He graduated from Gwinnett Technical College with a degree in commercial photography. Examples of his work may be found at www.dawgprints.net