Time: November 13, 2010 from 9am to 4pm
Location: UHM, Mänoa MultiMedia Lab, Sakamaki Hall C104
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Event Type: workshop:, fee, $120, call, 956-8400, to, register
Organized By: Susan, 956-3422, email@example.com
Latest Activity: Nov 3, 2010
This session explores all aspects of making digital images, from camera use through processing images in image-editing software. Gain an understanding of digital photography concepts, with practical tips to help get the best results. Gain an understanding of composition, depth of field, lens aperture, shutter speed, and important camera settings. Areas covered include camera types, resolution needs, image size and quality, file formats (jpg, RAW), ISO settings, exposure controls, color correction, white point balance, and use of the various program and manual shooting modes.
The morning and early afternoon sessions address digital capture with a camera. The final two hours explore introductory software programs for image editing such as iPhoto and Picasa, and Adobe Photoshop Elements as well as uploading images to email or on-line photo sharing sites such as Flickr. This course is designed for the beginning digital photographer, the serious amateur, or the beginning professional who needs to incorporate digital imaging into his or her work.
Please bring your camera (either digital SLR or point and shoot) and a digital capture card to class.
David Ulrich is a photographer and writer whose work combines traditional photography with digital imaging. Ulrich has taught digital applications for Pacific Imaging Center, Kodak’s Center for Creative Imaging, New York University, among others. For 15 years, he was an associate professor and served as the chair of the Photography Department at The Art Institute of Boston. He is a core faculty member of Pacific New Media and is now the chair of the Visual Arts Department at Cornish College in Seattle.