Digital photography class introduces the settings beyond auto; lighting class teaches how to take flattering photos with and without flash
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What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $40.50 for a Basic Digital Photography class ($129 value)
- $51 for a Basic Lighting and Flash class ($129 value)
- $78 for both classes ($258 value)
Both classes focus on the fundamentals of digital photography, and both are taught by David LaNeve, a portrait photographer who uses lighting techniques to get to the heart of his subjects. A photographer for 20 years, he’s shot about 5,000 portraits.
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About California Center for Digital Arts
The California Center for Digital Arts teaches students how to master modern mediums such as photography or Adobe Digital products using an ancient method: mentorship. The teachers, who are also the center's owners, use the mentorship method of instruction to help students proceed at their own paces. They work with students in small groups, or even one-on-one, providing two to five days of on-campus, hands-on learning. Students return, their progress is evaluated, and the cycle begins over again.
The exercises teachers assign aren't overly structured or abstract; rather, they charge students with completing real-world commissions from clients, so that they learn the realities of an artistic career alongside the theories. While mastering composition, color, and lighting, students must also deal with deadlines and the tiny ghost that lives inside every camera, drawing the pictures they take.