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Intermediate Photography Field Series

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Want to take your photography to the next level? Join me in this 5 week action packed workshop. Each week I will introduce a different photography subject. We'll cover equipment, technical tips, compositional ideas and lighting specific for each topic. Then we'll meet in the field later that week to practice hands on what we've learned. The following week we'll review everyone's images and continue onto a new subject! Subjects to be covered this spring are: Everyday Portrait Photography, Close-up/Macro Photography, Basic Flash Photography and Night Photography. This is sure to be a fun and rewarding course. Bring all of your skills together in practical shooting situations. Students will need the following equipment for this class: SLR or 4/3's digital camera, Tripod and Off camera flash is helpful but not required. Students must have a working knowledge of using aperture, shutter and ISO to get exposures in manual, aperture & shutter shooting modes or have taken Intermediate Photography. Students should also know how to download and email images for critique/review sessions. Admission requirements are: Basic knowledge of using DSLR in manual modes or Intermediate Photography Class
 

Class Details

9 Sessions
Days of the Week :Multiple Days of the Week :
  Weekly - Wed.  
  Sat.  
  Sat.  
  Sat.  
  Fri.  

Location : Multiple Location : 
  TBD
  Stultz Center.

Instructor : Victoria Dye 

CEUs : 1.8

Tuition: 

$299.00


Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s) Instructional Method
4/22/2020 - 5/20/2020 Weekly - Wed 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Charlottesville, Stultz Center  Map, Room: 117 Victoria Dye  Lecture
4/25/2020 Sat 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM Charlottesvle, TBD  Map Victoria Dye  Lecture
5/2/2020 Sat 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Charlottesvle, TBD  Map Victoria Dye  Lecture
5/9/2020 Sat 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Charlottesvle, TBD  Map Victoria Dye  Lecture
5/15/2020 Fri 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM Charlottesvle, TBD  Map Victoria Dye  Lecture