Learn the basics of how to create the best photographs of horses. Students will take a field trip to Stepping Stone Farm Riding Academy, Chelsea, AL, one Saturday (trip fee is $25 and payable to stables). Class lectures cover poses, gaits, horse shows, lenses and shutter speeds. Equipment needed: DSLR camera with changeable lenses, tripod/monopod. Prerequisite: Photography I: Basic.
This workshop, taught by Michael Nelson, provides an in-depth look at ways to earn money using photographic skills. Discuss the positives and negatives of various moneymaking ventures, types of equipment needed, and setting rates and prices for your photographic work.
Learn to tell stories with your camera, whether shooting an event, a vacation, or following a single subject or theme for the length of the class. Learn about the role photojournalism plays in current events; the differences between picture packages, picture stories and photo-essays; how to select a lead photograph, supporting and closing images to tell their story. Students write accompanying text for their photographs. Students should bring themes and story ideas to the first class. Prerequisites: Basic SLR Photography.
This course covers detailed information on different lighting equipment, and how to set it up and use it. Receive detailed instruction on how to light a subject properly. Learn about different lighting patterns and how to recognize them. This class takes place in a professional working studio. All lighting equipment is provided for this class.
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