Starts Jan. 26, 2021
|Meets||Once a week for 6 weeks on Tuesday|
|Time||10:00AM - 10:55AM PST|
Fun assignments in storytelling, composition, lighting, portrait, landscape, and documentary photography help you develop an eye for what makes a great photo. Students can use anything that takes a good photo: a phone, camera, pad, etc. Technical aspects of the camera will be touched upon, but the emphasis of this class is on observation, composition, analysis, and personal artistic growth.
Students are expected to spend at least one hour outside of class time shooting photos for that week's assignment. Each week, before class, their favorite examples should be uploaded to our google classroom. Sharing our work and engaging in supportive critique are important components of this class and participation is essential to an exciting and purposeful class. You are encouraged let the instructor know if your student has any situation that makes this difficult.
Parents/guardians are welcome to join as students.
|Class size||4-10 students|
Students will need:
-access to a portable device that takes good pictures, i.e., camera, phone, tablet, pad, etc.
-ability to upload examples of work to our google classroom
About the Instructor
I have been teaching art for 25 years. I homeschooled my son until high school and was heavily involved in the homeschool community. I have a BFA from Otis College of Art and Design and currently teach in their Extension Program. I was also an admissions counselor at Otis and have extensive knowledge of the art school admissions process.
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