A FEW OF THE MANY GREAT PART-TIME LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES THIS WINTER!
JAN 18 – MAR 1, 2015
SUNDAYS 9 AM – NOON
7 SESSIONS: 21 HOURS
LEVEL: BASIC | $359
Why do you take pictures and what is your photographic vision? This course is about discovering and developing your photographic vision in an urban environment.
Each class will start with a brief discussion on the work of influential photographers, followed by in-the-field shooting assignments and group discussion.
Through studying the work of others, repetitive practicing, personal reflection and open discussion, your photographic vision will emerge, which you can build upon and develop a stronger body of work.
JAN 13 – FEB 10, 2015
TUESDAYS, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
5 SESSIONS: 15 HOURS
LEVEL BASIC I $255
Many speedlites remain parked in a drawer or gear bag and are only used when they are really needed. Camera manufacturers promise us "balanced fill-flash," and yet we wind up with “deer in the headlights” lighting and a complicated menu system to navigate.
The goal of this workshop is to demystify the Speedlite and bring out its full potential as a remarkable lighting tool. Using simple tools and techniques, photographers will learn how to apply just the right quantity and quality of light to a scene, to achieve a natural look in their flash images.
School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa • 168 Dalhousie Street • Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • K1N 7C4 • (613) 562-3824