Basic Photography: Taking Better Pictures

Understanding photography’s basics is essential to making great images. Start with basic photographic principles and camera controls and expand to composition, color theory and issues of visual perception.

Once you have taken this introductory class, follow it up with Intermediate Photography: Beyond Basics, diving deeper into photography and building your skills, your eye, your personal style, and your own photography portfolio. Continue through multiple semesters if you wish.

NOTE: In winter 2014, this class takes place at UForge Gallery, 767 Centre St., just around the corner from the Eliot School.

photos by Karen Kefalas, photography class in BostonPhotos by student Karen Kefalas, 2011

Course Number

AW451

Class Size

8

Age Range

17+, teens by permission

Skill Level

Beginner

Prerequisite

None

Materials

Bring your camera (any kind) to each class. Be sure to remember your memory chip and a fully charged battery if applicable.

All other materials will be supplied.

Instructor, Schedule, and Cost

SPRING

Section 1S: 6 Mondays, 7-9:30 pm
Apr 7 – May 19, 2014 (no class Apr 14) 
$180 – FULL
Instructor: Cristina Hajosy

This class takes place at UForge Gallery, 767 Centre St., just around the corner from the Eliot School.

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