Storytelling with Photography

CE 289 : 

non-credit – in person

  • Dates: February 10 – 24
  • Times: 10 AM – 1 PM
  • Meetings: 3
  • Days: Saturdays
  • Instructor: Nathaniel Grann


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Explore the foundations of visual storytelling through photography. Working both as a group and as individuals, we will explore various methods of photo sequencing and photo editing to tell a story, create publications of our own, and learn about the dynamic and radical history of storytelling and publishing. We will use digital cameras to capture  imagery and go over the basics of creating a digital workflow and how to incorporate programs like Adobe Photoshop and Bridge to help organize your images. 

This course must meet minimum enrollment by February 3 in order to run. Register today! 

Supply List

  • Digital Cameras (DSLR or Cell Phone Camera) MUST be brought to every class session, as well. We will be doing in-class assignments and this will allow the instructor to help troubleshoot any potential camera issues you may be having.
  • Your Adobe ID for logging into Photoshop and Bridge. If you do not have an Adobe ID these are free to make. 
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