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Students will learn to create graphics for use in websites, retouch damaged photography and use Text, Layers and Drawing Tools to create images.
By the end of the class students will not only be looking at the world with an eye of a photographer, but will have better photographs to prove it.
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This course will develop your understanding and sensitivity to existing light and will teach you how to complement your images by introducing artificial light (using your flash).
This course will explore simple techniques that will allow you to reliably capture the fun, excitement and beauty of the great outdoors.
This is a follow-up to Part I (which covers exposure, aperture and shutter speed), this class will cover how you can use ISO to take better pictures in low light environments, how to use your flash so that your images look naturally lit instead of that awful "flash" look with overexposed subjects and bright backgrounds and how you can use white balance to help you tak
On Set LUT Creation further expanding on the curriculum of On Set LUT Creation 101, this class explores the creative side of LUT design as well as apply LUTs in different post production applications. Working with live camera sources, this class demonstrates creating looks from various cameras. These looks will then be applied in a variety of post editing and grading
Students will learn about the technical aspects in photography: shutter speed, aperture, ISO, exposure, focus control, basic lighting and also about the aesthetics: photography composition, point of view, and more.
During this photo workshop students will learn how to use lines and dynamic angles to help make mundane images of buildings more interesting.
This photography course covers the fundamentals of the camera and exposure both in automatic and manual mode as well as the basics of street photography, night photography and motion blur, framing and focus control, built in flash, and the basics of digital post processing.
Join us in NY on Monday, March 11th from 6-9pm for A Closer Look at the Odyssey7Q.
You'll learn to master the manual functions of the new class of digital SLR cameras through a no-nonsense, real-world approach. This workshop is chock-full of practical knowledge that will put you in control of your camera, and not the other way around.
You'll learn the technical aspects as well as the craft and philosophy behind the MōVI system.
In this course, students will learn about composition, storytelling and giving a meaning to their photographs while studying more advance techniques in their digital cameras. Students will learn to create mood in their photographs and improve their composition with the use of lines, curves and different visual elements.
In this photography class, students will continue to refine their exposure skills and make consistent photographs in virtually any situation. We will role-play possible photographic situations with the goal of finding a solution to make a well-executed picture.
Students attending this class will learn the difference between a happysnap and a photograph, they will also learn the settings on your camera to ensure you never miss capturing one of those amazing firework shows, cityscapes by night or light patterns and evening landscapes and make sure you have a photograph you will treasure forever.
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