Summer Session 1 | Photography: Introduction to the Photobook
1 Credit – In-Person
- Dates: July 11 – 22
- Times: 2 – 5 PM
- Meetings: 10
- Days: Monday – Friday
- Instructor: Nathaniel Grann
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This course is designed for students who do not have any technical understanding or previous experience with photography. They will be introduced to the materials and processes of digital color photography through the process of making a photobook. We will cover the basics of camera operations, image selection, and post-processing. Working both as a group and individually, participants will review various methods of photo sequencing and photo editing in relation to the photobook form, as well.
In order to run, this course must meet minimum enrollment by July 4, register today!
***Please read our CCE Safety Checklist before joining us on campus***
Students will be asked to come prepared with the materials they need in order to take notes via their preferred method.
Digital Cameras (DSLR or Cell Phone Camera) MUST be brought to every class session, as well. *DSLR Cameras will be available to borrow and use during class time on a first come first serve basis.
Portable Hard Drive (500GB to 1TB). For this course, I highly recommend a portable hard drive that is at least 500GB in size. This will allow you to easily move files from the school computers to your personal computer. Below are a few I have used over the years: