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Monday: Digital Photography [Teens & Adult]

01/28/2019 07:00 PM - 03/04/2019 09:00 PM ET

Category

Adult Classes + Workshops

Admission

  • $180.00

Location

Studio

Summary

For the beginner to advanced photographer. Have a camera, but don’t know how to use it? Want to enhance your skills and composition? Then this is the class for you! (Click the title for more information)

Teaching Artist: Kimberly Ducote-Schimmel
Mondays, 7:00-9:00pm: 6 sessions [includes 1 weekend field trip day weather permitting]
January 28 - March 4, 2019 ( No class February 18).
Field trip: February 23 or February 24
(Snow dates March 18; March 25)

Registration fee:
Members: $162 (Teens 15-18 must be registered as Household Member)
Non Members: $180

Late fee of $25 will apply from December 19, 2018

Description

In this class students will learn to use their camera and the features available, as well as how to create a great photograph.  Each week will include specific camera instruction, a photo session and an assignment which we will share and review.  The weekly assignments, based on subject, color and mood, will help students to see creatively.  We will take one Field Trip on the weekend, location to be announced weather permitting.  Students must provide their own transportation.  For each class students should bring their camera, instruction booklet, and USB Flash Drive.

About the Teaching Artist: Kimberly Ducote-Schimmel has been a successful commercial photographer for over 25 years and taught photography for 10 years. She holds a BS in Studio Art from SUNY at Stony Brook, with a minor in Photography. She began her photographic business in NYC photographing for advertisements, brochures, catalogs, magazines and editorials for major corporations, local businesses, and the media, working both in the studio and on location. Her work has been exhibited and won several awards. She is currently teaching at Rutgers State University, and West Windsor Arts Center. Throughout her years of teaching, she attempts to inspire students by imparting to them the technical knowledge they need to create the photograph they desire.

Mondays, 7:00-9:00pm: 6 sessions [includes 1 weekend field trip day weather permitting]
January 28 - March 4 ( No class February 18).
Field trip:  February 23 or February 24
(Snow dates March 18; March 25)

Registration fee:
Members: $161 (Teens 15-18 must be registered as Household Member)
Non Members: $180

Late fee of $25 will apply from December 19, 2018

 

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