PHOTO 201

Date: January 30 - April 16 (6 bi-weekly classes)

Time: Thursday evenings 7-9pm

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EXPLORING PHOTOGRAPHIC

DECISIONS...

Photo 201* is a six class (bi-weekly) course that continues to build student's camera skills, all the while increasing the focus on content and message.

* Photo 201 is a camera focused course

Students will examine the five photographic choices, and how they influence the end result. The key to making strong photographs is making the best, often most extreme, choices when creating the images. Photo 201 focuses on these choices, over six classes and optional field-trips, simplifying them into five fundamental questions, and applying them over and over again to image creation.

 

TOPICS explored

  • using a perception pentagram

  • the 5 photographic decisions

  • lens buying basics

  • aperture issues and the "sweet spot"

  • making the most of long exposures

  • pre-visualization of post production

Class Size: four to eight student

 

Course Expectations: Students are to print 8"x12" prints (2-4 per class to a total of 12-24 prints over the course) for homework assignments.

 

Location: ViewPoint Gallery, 1459 Brenton Street, Halifax, NS

 

Fee: $300 + HST & $20+HST/field trip

 

Requirements: Students must have previous photography experience, and must be familiar with working in manual mode (using aperture, shutter speed and ISO controls). Photo 101 is recommended

Feedback from students:

 

Loved how everyone showed their photos at the start of class, while we talked about the technical aspect of the photo, it also gave me ideas of other stuff to photograph. It is easy to become very focused on one particular area of interest and not explore other areas. - Marg K.

 

 

e-mail: ericbb@photoworkshops.ca

Phone: 902-221-0357

 

​© 2019 by Eric Boutilier-Brown

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