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Beginning Photography with Terry Livingstone. In this course students with no formal photography experience are invited to get to know those mysterious manual functions on the camera. You will learn how to creatively control the look of your images by getting to know the functions on your camera. Through weekly assignments, field trips, and discussions you will gain confidence and comfort with the possibilities of your camera.
ART9500 Wed 7:00 -8:30pm $130
Photography Using PhotoShop Cs5 or Higher - Now with Mike Gannon
In this course students will explore various themes, problems, and discourse in digital photography. We will cover theory and practical applications through discussion, demonstration, and weekly assignments. Students will be expected to shoot and produce samples of their work on a weekly basis. A digital SLR and laptop with Adobe Photoshop Cs5 or higher is necessary for this class. Students of all levels are welcome.
ART9650 Wed 6:00 -7:30pm $130
Mike Gannon is a retired attorney who has always had a passion for photography. He moved back to Tennessee from New Orleans after Katrina in 2005 and continued to work from his new home until he retired in 2008.
After retirement he has been able to devote more time to his photography and sharpen his skills in Photoshop. While he tries to get the best image possible out of his camera, he uses Photoshop to process most of his photography.
Mike's website: http://jmgannonphoto.com/
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