Sat, Sep 7
9:30am - 3:30pm
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Learn the basics of photography beginning with metering, aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. We'll spend time learning about composition, color harmony, equipment, flash and gadgets. Class is designed for Digital SLR and mirrorless cameras. Please bring your camera and camera manual to class.
Saturday Sep 7th, 9:30am - 3:30pm
Designed for students who have attended my Photoshop for Photographer class or watched my video tutorials on YouTube and are ready for more. This class is more in-depth and assumes a basic understanding of Photoshop CC or Lightroom. We'll concentrate on the tabs in Photoshop CC Adobe Camera Raw and the Develop module in Lightroom.
Learn how to use your flash on your camera in a fun class that will use subject in low light. Discover why your photos taken with flash are washed-out or under-exposed. Bring digital camera, flash, tripod, camera manual and flash manual. Class is designed for cameras that have hot shoes for mounting auxillary flashes.
Tuesday Jul 30th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Photoshop CC and Lightroom are powerful tools for photographers shooting with digital cameras. The options are unlimited but also overwhelming. Learn about Camera RAW, histograms, clipping, file browser, metadata, and a proven workflow that gets photos off your computer and into use. No need to bring a laptop
Let's use software to push our photography to the next level. Learn how to pull out details with Nik or Intensify, learn how to isolate one color in a black-and-white image. Explore how to make a digital photo look like a tin-type. Software discussed includes MacPhun, Nik, Topaz, textures, and much more
Photoshop CC and Lightroom are powerful tools for photographers shooting with digital cameras. The options are unlimited but also overwhelming. Learn about Camera RAW, histograms, clipping, file browser, metadata, and a proven workflow that gets photos off your computer and into use. Please Note: No need to bring a laptop.
Thursday Jun 27th, 9:30am - 12:30pm
Photoshop layers are powerful but very confusing. Bring your laptop to class, load sample photos, and then learn the basics of layers. We'll work on three sets of images in class. Great way to get started using one of the most powerful tools in the Adobe suite.
You've learned the basics of f/stop, shutter speed, and metering and now it's time to gather a few more skills. Learn how to photograph pets, children, at night, and on vacation.
There are a number of different ways to make money with your camera. Let's talk about how you can make money through a business that specializes in portrait, wedding, youth sports, or event photography. This class will include the technical specifications of a good image, equipment, building a website, posting images for direct sale, pricing...
For the nature photographer who has mastered the basics. We'll learn about tricky exposures, advanced composition, low-light photography, silhouette, sunrises and sunsets, wildlife tracking, animals in motion, ethical field practices, and macro.
Two full days of personalized coaching for actors – for film, TV and theater – with Director / Producer / Acting Coach – Tom Todoroff You will learn how to: strengthen and find your true voice seek your own good opinion be a text detective change the molecules in the room have talent for your talent think like a producer be the acting...
Let's learn how the iPhone and iPad take photos and videos. Then learn how to process the photos with apps and software. Also, learn how to store and share your images. Appropriate for other makes of cell phone cameras.
Natural light creates a stunning look in portrait photography. Join us for this hands-on class. We'll use natural sunlight from windows to photography our subject. Learn how to supplement natural light with a flash, reflector, and LED continuous light. Be a model as well as the photographer. Bring your camera, lens, tripod, and flash to cl...
Learn how to plan, light and photograph still life and macro subjects. Selecting backgrounds and directional lighting will be covered in this hands-on workshop. Digital SLR or mirrorless cameras. This is a hands-on class so please bring your camera, tripod, lenses, flash, some flowers, a vase, and maybe a scarf to class.
Learn about basic composition such as framing, thirds, diagonals, and symmetry. Then move into golden thirds, golden ratio, leading lines, patterns, point-of-view, movement into space, color contrasts, point-counterpoint, and much more. Please bring your camera and manual to class if you have them.