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Photography Classes via Zoom

Start Date: 01/19/2021

Location: LIVE Online through Zoom

Phone Number: 402-437-2700

Digital Photography
Gain greater proficiency in digital photography while using an advanced amateur camera (adjustable), mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (MILC) or digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera. We will provide you with the fundamentals as you practice with your own camera. Basic principles of photography will be reviewed and the more sophisticated digital camera operations along with hardware options and software will be discussed.

A camera with adjustable shutter speeds, apertures and ISO is necessary for this class (e.g. DSLR, mirrorless interchangeable lens camera and/or advanced amateur digital camera).

Wednesdays, Jan. 20-Feb. 24, 2021
6:30-7:30 p.m.
LIVE Online through Zoom
$69
Instructor: Keller
Course Number: LLLX-0528-TCSA
Keyword: Photography


Digital Photography 101
Students will learn the basic functions of a digital camera. Class covers types of digital cameras, megapixels, optical vs. digital zoom, digital storage media, battery types, cost/value comparisons, memory management, red-eye reduction, and application presets. Beginning photographers interested in digital cameras and how to use them will enjoy this class.

Thursdays, Jan. 14-28, 2021
6-9 p.m.
LIVE Online through Zoom
$49
Instructor: Applegarth
Course Number: BBBX-1067-TCSA
Keyword: Photography


Digital Photography 201
It is suggested that students take Digital Photography 101 first. Digital Photography 201 covers the actual applications of digital photography, including how to choose each function for a particular use; which resolution to use when; improving camera performance; how to avoid accidental erasure or degradation of your photos; when, why and how to turn the flash on (or off); and problem solving to get predictable results.

Thursdays, Feb. 11-25, 2021
6-9 p.m.
LIVE Online through Zoom
$49
Instructor: Applegarth
Course Number: BBBX-1881-TCSA
Keyword: Photography


Digital Photography 301
It is suggested that students take Digital Photography 201. A study of various lighting techniques and contrast ratios, filters, special effects, and how to get those way-cool photographs of portraits, landscapes, night scenes, fireworks, time-exposures and more. This class is for those who want to go beyond “automatic” mode and learn how to get those really cool shots!

Thursdays, March 11-25, 2021
6-9 p.m.
LIVE Online through Zoom
$49
Instructor: Applegarth
Course Number: BBBX-1814-TCSA
Keyword: Photography


Digitizing Memories
Do you have envelopes full of negatives and slides or boxes of photos? Discover how to preserve these in a more organized form by scanning them. We will look at scanning techniques and some of the devices to make scanning easy to do. Discussion will involve the software necessary to scan your negatives, slides and photos and look at the software “VueScan.”

Tuesdays, Jan. 19-26, 2021
6:30-7:30 p.m.
LIVE Online through Zoom
$29
Instructor: Keller
Course Number: LLLX-0113-TCSA
Keyword: Memories


Photography & Editing Using Your Mobile Device
Are you interested in focusing on photography using your mobile devices—smart phones and tablets (not limited to Apple products)—and doing some limited post-processing of these photographs? Techniques in photography will be discussed, as well as an overview of many of the hundreds of useful apps for photography and editing, and also some very handy gadgets for your cellphones and tablets.

In preparation for the course, please download Snapseed for photo processing on your device(s) prior to the first class. Snapseed is a free app. Have your mobile device handy as you login to this Zoom class from your desktop or laptop.

Tuesdays, Feb. 2-16, 2021
6:30-7:30 p.m.
LIVE Online through Zoom
$39
Instructor: Keller
Course Number: LLLX-0080-TCSA
Keyword: Photography


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For more information, contact us at continuinged@southeast.edu; 402-437-2700; or 800-828-0072.