Learn Photography and Photoshop at CVCC. You can be a professional or learn just for fun.
Are you making the best pictures possible with your camera? Learn the operations of a digital camera and what makes digital photography different from traditional film photography. This course introduces digital photo imaging, exploring the use of hardware and software, image capture, and input/output devices. Must bring SLR Digital Camera to class. Required Textbook: Digital Photography 1, 2, and 3 - Taking and Printing Great Pictures by Rob Sheppard which can be purchased at Barnes and Noble or Amazon.
|Jan 9-Feb 13, 2020||Thu||6:00 PM-8:00 PM||Robert Dant||$75||East Campus Room 1001|
Come learn the basics to taking great pictures with your digital camera. Designed for new users of digital SLR cameras, this class will focus on the fundamentals of digital camera operations. You will be introduced to digital photo imaging, exploring the use of hardware and software, image capture, and input/output devices. Students must bring a SLR digital camera to class.
|Mar 5-Mar 19, 2020||Thu||6:00 PM-8:00 PM||Robert Dant||$35||East Campus Room 1001|
This course will cover the basics of manual camera operation. Determining proper exposure, the interplay between aperture and shutter speeds, composition, photographic techniques, and supporting equipment will be explored. In this course we will use the camera's aperture priority, shutter priority, and manual settings to make proper exposures. After taking this course a student should be able to photograph a scene to depict it as they desire. An SLR camera that can be manually operated is required. Textbook: KISS Guide to Photography by John Garrett is required.
|Nov 7-Dec 19||Thu||6:00 PM-8:00 PM||R. Dant||$75||East Campus Room 1026||104816|
Classes are held on the East Campus (EC) or on the main campus in the Robert E. Paap (REP) building.
For questions or to to register you may email Cheri Toney at email@example.com or register with Online Instant Enrollment.
For further information you may contact the Continuing Education Department at (828) 327-7037.