Next Step: Photography 102
4-consecutive Monday evenings, 6-8pm
Story, Style & Truth: Taking your Photography to the Next Level
The Next Step workshop is a continuation of the photographic journey that explores the higher levels of photography; introducing Photographers to more advanced techniques of composition, story-telling and style through the use of quality presentations, hands-on instruction and weekly photo assignments. Students photograph a variety of subjects in and around the museum, including Portraiture, Landscapes and Architecture and are also given weekly photo assignments. Instructor
International Fine Art Photo Award winner, Jeremy Scott will give personalized instruction on:
- Light and Shadow
- Found vs Created
- Sense of Style
- Point of View
Prerequisite: First Step: Photography 101 is a required prerequisite for this workshop.
While a DSLR camera is preferred, any digital camera capable of manual control of Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO will work. Students with cameras that have no way to control these three exposure settings (i.e.: point-&-shoot cameras) will not get the full benefit of the workshop. A tripod is strongly recommended. A Speedlight (Flash-Gun) is recommended, but not required.