Digital Photography: Introduction (Tues afternoon)

Discover your potential by learning how to manage your cameras aperture, shutter speed, lenses and many in camera features. Expressive and technical approaches to various projects and subject matter will be explored and basic image editing and file storage will be covered.

10 Weeks
Tuesdays: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Jan. 16th to March 27th
Room 118 - RJD Williams Building
221 Cumberland Ave N (the old School for the Deaf)

$350 - Tuition
$25 - Printing
If you don't have a camera already or unsure about the one you have please wait until the first class before making any purchases. 

* No class February 20th.
Instructor: David Mandeville

Digital Photography: Introduction (Wed. pm)

Discover your potential by learning how to manage your cameras aperture, shutter speed, lenses and many in camera features. Expressive and technical approaches to various projects and subject matter will be explored and basic image editing and file storage will be covered.

10 Weeks
Wednesdays: 6:30 - 9:30pm
Jan. 17th to March 28th
Room 2C71 - Agriculture Building 
51 Campus Drive (underground parking)

$350 - Tuition
$25 - Printing
If you don't have a camera already or unsure about the one you have please wait until the first class before making any purchases.  

*No class on Feb. 21
Instructor: David Mandeville

Lifestyle Photography Weekend Workshop

Prerequisite: Working knowledge of your own DSLR camera.

Learn how to capture natural and creative lifestyle portraits in this hands-on workshop. With an on-location (on campus) photo shoot demo, students will learn how to shoot using natural light, creating relaxed posing, incorporating compositional elements, working candidly and becoming comfortable behind the camera. Students should have a working knowledge of their own DSLR camera.

1 Weekend Workshop
Saturday and Sunday 9:00am - 4:30pm
April 7-8
Room 2C71 - Agriculture Building 
51 Campus Drive (underground parking)

$225 - please bring your own DSLR

Instructor: Carey Shaw

Contemporary Digital Art

Prerequisite: none

Learn how to create unique digital artworks in Adobe Photoshop CC. Students will explore a variety of image input and photomontage techniques, and  be inspired by examples of contemporary digital art. No Photoshop experience required. Computer and software provided.

2 Day Workshop
Saturday April 7th
Saturday April 14th 
9:00am - 4:30pm
Thorv S320 (Spinks Addition) Lab - Thorvaldson Building 

$225 - Tuition

Instructor: Laura St. Pierre