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Digital Photography (Introductory Level)

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Cape Breton Centre For Craft & Design

322 Charlotte Street

Sydney, NS B1P 1C8

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Digital Photography (Introductory Level)
Date: October 15, 22, 29, November 5, 2017 (Sundays, 5 weeks)
Time: 10:30 am to 1:30 pm 

Instructor: Corey Katz & Steve Wadden 

Fee: $130.00 plus HST (Members) | Fee: $149.50 plus HST (Non Members)

This fun, back-to-basics workshop includes four different, 3-hour classes that will provide beginners with the knowledge and confidence they need to tap into their creative potential while building a strong foundation in digital photography.

Students will learn about their cameras and how to use manual settings to get the most out of their D-SLR. The workshop covers all the bases of technical and artistic fundamentals through instruction, Q&A, a photo field trip, photo assignments, and constructive critiques from two of the island's leading young professionals. Students will be required to arrange their own travel for photo field trip day. The location is to be determined. Students are also required to have a D-SLR or mirrorless camera with manual controls and interchangeable lenses. Maximum class size is 15.

Corey Katz is a self-taught photographer from New Waterford, Nova Sscotia. Over the years he’s established himself as one of the province’s most diverse young talents, as comfortable on a commercial shoot as he is capturing fine art landscapes. Recipient of the Sydney & Area Chamber of Commerce’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2013, and Cape Breton Partnership's Vital CB Excellence Award in 2015, Corey’s artistic vision and entrepreneurial spirit continue to soar. A recognized talent among his peers and clients alike, Corey has had his work published in regional, national and international newspapers and magazines.

Steve Wadden is an award-winning photojournalist based in Sydney, Nova Scotia. In late 2012, Steve shifted his focus towards producing long-term photo documentaries and found a mentor in National Geographic contributing photographer, Randy Olson. Today, his work continues to grow and evolve-driven by his passion for life and devotion to inspiring others through the power of photography.

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Class 1:
In class instruction at the Centre for Craft and Design— covering the basics. The first half of the class will cover instruction on general camera and lens operations, as well as technical fundamentals including manual mode, focus, exposure, shutter speed, aperture, ISO, depth-of-field and white balance. Handouts will be provided. A short break will follow.
The second half of the class will cover artistic fundamentals including composition, the rule-of-thirds, leading lines, colour, contrast, layering and dimension, perspective, emotion and moment. Handouts will be provided.

Class 2:
In class instruction at the Centre for Craft and Design - Starts with a quick summary and recap of the previous week, followed by in-class shooting demo.

Class 3:
Photo field trip. Location to be determined. Starts with a quick summary and recap of in-class instruction, followed by in-person instruction and advice while shooting on location.

Class 4:
In class instruction at the Centre for Craft and Design. Final critiques followed by an in-class discussion with time for Q&A. Workshop wraps up with individual assessments and advice for students as they move forward with digital photography. Time will be allotted for breaks.

For more information on this program or to register, email tammy@capebretoncraft.com or phone 902.539.7491 ext 111

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