"While there is perhaps a province in which the photograph can tell us nothing more than what we see with our own eyes, there is another in which it proves to us how little our eyes permit us to see."
— Dorothea Lange
SKILLSHARE SPECIAL: Sign up for Digital Photo II through Skillshare and get a free voucher for up to $100 off your next class! That's like a free Field Guide or workshop of your choice. Keep it or give it away as a gift. Now that's a hookup.
Moving past the basics, Digital Photo II: Intermediate is where things start to get interesting. This course picks up where Digital Photo I leaves off, and introduces color photography, white balance, lighting and on-camera flash as well as composition review, creative color schemes and color theory for black & white.
Class time is a mixture of solid technical training, in-depth demonstrations and group critique. We'll be covering the more fascinating aspects of creative photography and dissecting legendary images from the most revered photographers. As with Digital Photo I, the course culminates with an exhibition of student work at Rabbithole (for those enrolling in the standard 8-week course). Knowledge of digital SLR manual functions and a basic understanding of exposure control, depth of field and motion blur is required for this course.
You'll need to bring your DSLR camera. All Digital Photo II students will receive a free BkC field notebook and canvas tote bag.
NOTE: Most of the students sign up through our website but we reserve 4 spots for Skillshare students
33 Washington St.
11:00 am - 1:00 pm ESTAdd to Cal
Charles Lavoie is BkC's top photo instructor. Having specialized in editorial, architectural, and product photography, he has also been a photography instructor, teacher and tutor to over 1000 students in the New York City area since 2006.
Charles received his BFA from Detroit’s College For Creative Studies in 2004 and has been steadily shooting ever since - landscapes, portraits, street photography, still life - a true shutterbug who is happiest whenever he has a camera in his hands. At the heart of both his teaching and shooting is the core belief that photography is truly half art and half science; technical control is nothing without artistic ability and vice-versa.
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