Take advantage of the impending gorgeous spring weather and warm up your camera skills! Designed for beginning and amateur photographers, this course will combine technical and creative instruction with field trips and hands-on learning. We’ll discuss various forms of outdoor photography, including landscape, macro and architecture. Learn how to make your camera’s settings work for you no matter what sort of situation you find yourself in. In-class mini-critiques will give you a chance to look at your and your classmates’ photos to discuss what’s working and ways to improve.
(In the event of less-than-ideal weather, in-class photo shoots may replace some of the outside activities.)
Materials: Please bring your camera and manual to class. Pen and paper is suggested for taking notes.
Instructor: Erin Legare
Dates: Saturdays, April 27 - May 25, 2013 (4 weeks, No Class May 18)
Time: 1:30 – 3:30 pm
Location: Room C11, Head Hall, UNB Campus (click here for campus map)
Course fee: $120 (+HST)
About the instructor: Erin Legare is co-owner of Dragon-Fly
Photography Studios in Fredericton. In 2009, the company won "Best
Venture" from a community college at the New Brunswick Innovation
Foundation's Gala. She holds an Diploma in Advanced Studies from the New
Brunswick Community College, a Diploma in Fine Craft specializing in
photography from the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, and a
Bachelor of Arts from Saint Thomas University.
For more information
Please contact Alison Howells at 452-6360
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