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Digital Photography 2

Develop techniques and shooting strategies to sharpen your photography skills

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Course details

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Digital Photography 2

Develop techniques and shooting strategies to sharpen your photography skills

What you’ll be able to do — competencies

  • Develop strategies for analyzing potential photography problems and camera techniques to resolve them
  • Apply different photographic techniques in different situations instead of relying on one-size-fits-all solutions
  • Critique images with minimal bias

Course Description

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Practice and sharpen your photography skills to become a pro. Problem solve and practice topics such as white balance, capturing motion, night photography, and depth of field. Classroom sessions will be spent learning techniques and shooting strategies as well as critiquing student photos. Weekly homework assignments require at least 2 hours of practice between sessions. This course is part of Level 2 of the Digital Photography certificate program.

Prerequisites

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  • Students should be able to shoot their camera in Program, Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority modes. Student should have basic knowledge of secondary camera overrides, such as flash and exposure compensation.
  • Digital Photography I or equivalent is encouraged.

Next available start dates

Online — Weekends

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Digital Photography 2
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Total classroom hours

21 hours

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Schedule

Online

Weekends, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM, 7 T - 2/15/2022 - 3/29/2022

Quarter: Winter

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Total cost

$399

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Instructor: Ray Pfortner

Ray has worked in photography industry as an educator, agent, editor, consultant, and nature/environmental-issue photographer, from New York City to Seattle. With a Masters in Environmental Management / Education at Duke, he teaches all aspects of photography as well as the business of art for many institutions and has a Masters

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