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Los Angeles Center of Photography @ *Virtual Classroom
In this beginning workshop, students will learn all the controls and functions on their digital Single Lens Reflex (SLR) cameras, basic camera operation (including f-stop, shutter speed and ISO), fundamental concepts of photography, and how to control the photograph’s final look. Discussions include composition and light, how to get the background in or out of focus, how to stop or blur motion, why to use one ISO over another, when to use...
Saturday Nov 4th, 10–11:30am Pacific Time
Learn to control your camera in our virtual beginner photography class. We have modified our in studio class to be taught completely online. In this 5 week course you will learn the photography essentials we cover in our Digital Photography I from anywhere. The instructor will be teaching the class on Zoom. All your questions will be answered live. If you'd like to retake the class in person, you can! When you want to join our in studio classes,...
Tuesday Oct 10th, 6:30–8:30pm Eastern Time
Washington Photo Safari @ Virtual Classroom
Whether you have a new iPhone 12 Pro Max, or even an iPhone 11 or 10, join us for a motivating, 2-hour hands-on workshop via Zoom to learn how to take great photos with your iPhone. Topics include: an introduction to the basic (and advanced) photographic functions of your phone; how to use little know features to drastically improve your photography; and an overview of the most important rules of composition and how/why they affect your photos....
Sunday Oct 8th, 1–3pm Pacific Time
Want to take your photos to the next level? Join photographer Stephen Sherman for a crash course in digital photo editing. Through demonstrations and hands-on activities, you’ll learn how to resize, enhance, and retouch images using Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. Stephen will demystify the tools, icons and settings available for use in these powerful, yet accessible software packages. Click HERE for the instructor's requirements.
Monday Nov 6th, 1–3:30pm Eastern Time
Los Angeles Center of Photography @ *Virtual Classroom
As AI continues to drive global conversation around photography, image makers are utilizing this new terrain to grow and enhance their creativity. Whether you believe AI heralds the demise of photography or are excited to embrace it in your work, you can benefit from familiarizing yourself with this new tool and the possibilities of generative art for creativity. Join award winning photographer and educator Ann Elliot Cutting to explore the capabilities...
Tuesday Oct 3rd, 6–8pm Pacific Time
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You will need a reliable Internet connection as well as a computer or device with which you can access your virtual class. We recommend you arrive to class 5-10 minutes early to ensure you're able to set up your device and connection.
This class will be held via Zoom unless otherwise specified.
This class is an introduction to plant-based photographic processes! It will cover anthotypes, chlorophyll printing, lumens, and phytograms. We will meet via online platform once a week for demos and students will then take what they have learned and complete that week’s assignment, returning for critique and a new demo each week.
At our wrap up class, we will discuss presentation options and preservation of these ephemeral images.
This course is available for "remote" learning and will be available to anyone with access to an internet device with a microphone (this includes most models of computers, tablets). Classes will take place with a "Live" instructor at the date/times listed below.
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Unless otherwise stated, classes need a minimum of three students to run. In the off chance that a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, you will be refunded 100% of your tuition. Tuition costs for cancelled workshops can also be transferred to other classes or workshops.
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Due to the intensive nature of our workshops, we cannot offer makeup sessions outside of workshop time or in future workshops. Instructors are not required to bring students up to date during scheduled workshop time for missed days or lateness.
Refunds will not be given for absences or no shows. *This includes any illness or absence related to Covid 19.
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The Penumbra Foundation is a non-profit photographic arts organization whose mission is to bring workshops and greater education, lectures, and events to a diverse and evolving international photographic community. Our scope spans photography from its 19th century invention to the present age.
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