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Photography NFTs: Finding Your Audience

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iPhone Photography

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There are hundreds of photography apps available for iPhones, and many have similar features. Explore some of the better-known apps and get instructions on using them for nature photography. We will go over the basics of iPhone photography along with fieldwork. Examine the photos taken during class and learn how to enhance, manipulate, or alter them.  iPhones are mandatory. The online class will be taught via Zoom. Registered students will...

Wednesday Jun 7th, 6:30–8:30pm Central Time

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Still Life Lighting Basics

Los Angeles Center of Photography @ Online Learning Class

Join us for an all-day, hands-on-learning of the basics of still life while staying safe in your own home. We will meet in the morning on Zoom for an introduction, lecture and demo on line. The demo will cover lighting with natural light, creative methods of lighting at home and color temperature of light. During the day you will create images in your home, trying some of the new techniques, while checking in as needed to our Zoom classroom for questions,...

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Challenging Reality with Photo Montage

Los Angeles Center of Photography @ Online Learning Class

Just as a photograph can record fragments of reality, it can also be created out of fragments.  The photo montage blurs the line between photography and painting, reality and illusion, and it can invite the viewer to enter into a world of magic or mystery, of whimsy or the unconscious. In this webinar, we will look at how found, taken, and scanned images can be composited seamlessly and often intuitively to create a new reality. A link for...

Saturday Jun 10th, 10–11:30am Pacific Time

Digital Camera Basics

Princeton Photo Workshop @ Online Classroom

We'll introduce you to the essential functions of your digital camera, including shooting modes, shutter speed, aperture and ISO, and explore how to think about taking a picture you'll be proud to share.

Saturday Jun 10th, 10am–12pm Eastern Time

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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 10
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Teacher: Thomas Alleman

What you'll learn in this photography class:

Photography’s essential artifact – the picture that’s created by a camera and printed on paper or viewed on a screen – is usually said to represent “the real world” faithfully, and with great precision. But those images are only representations; they’re separate from that real world in several very fundamental ways. The way lenses see depth and space; the way cameras understand time and motion; the way two-dimensional prints and screens impose edges and corners on what the camera sees – all that is truly different than our everyday experience of a three-dimensional world that brims with noise and aroma and a multitude of sensations.

How does a photographer cope with the loss of an entire dimension? How does a photographer resolve the iron-clad restrictions that the frame places of his point-of-view? Students in “The Photographer’s Eye” will become aware of the challenges posed by cameras and lenses, and they’ll learn about the solutions that photographers have developed over 150 years of time and trial.

Through lectures and discussions, exercises and assignments, this class will explore the specifics of camera vision in such areas as motion, time, and focus, and we’ll look at hundreds of pictures in order to better understand the frame itself, and the compositional strategies used by other photographers to resolve the demands of those edges and corners.


Remote Learning

This course is available for "remote" learning and will be available to anyone with access to an internet device with a microphone (this includes most models of computers, tablets). Classes will take place with a "Live" instructor at the date/times listed below.

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Refund Policy

A $25 administrative fee will be charged on all refund requests.

  • The request must arrive greater than 6 business days prior to the course start date.
  • No refunds will be provided for requests arriving 5 business days or less prior to the course start date.

All refund requests must be submitted via email to [email protected]

Note: Special Guests Workshops carry different refund policies. Please refer to “Special Guest Refund Policy” sections below.

Upon receipt of a refund request, students will be provided the option of receiving course credit towards the purchase of another course. If a student elects to receive credit, no administrative fee will be charged. All credits must be used within two years from the date of issue.

Refund Policy for Rare Circumstances

In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, we are revising our refund policy for “Rare Circumstances.” These circumstances may include, but are not limited to, pandemic outbreaks, natural disasters, and economic collapse/depressions. During troubling times such as these, refunds are not permitted. Instead, students will be given credit good for three years from date of issue. Credits are good toward any class or workshop, except travel.

Credits

Credits may not be redeemed for refunds or cash back. A student’s decision to receive credit in lieu of a refund is final and may not be changed at a future date.

Transfers

Students may elect to transfer applicable course fees towards the purchase of another course, limit of one transfer per class. All transfer requests must adhere to the refund policy noted above and/or in conjunction with Special Guests Workshop refund policies below.

Course Cancellations

On occasion a course may cancel due to low enrollment or unforeseen instructor conflicts. If such a case occurs, all students will be refunded in full. We do not take responsibility for non-refundable airline tickets, hotel expenses, or any other costs that may be attributable toward enrolling in a course.

Special Guest Refund Policy

  • A $75 administrative fee will be charged on all refund requests arriving 62 business days or greater before the course start date.
  • If the request arrives 32-61 days prior to the course start date, 50 percent of the applicable workshop fee will be retained.
  • No refunds are provided for requests arriving 0 – 31 days prior to the course start date.
All refund requests must be submitted via email to [email protected]

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The Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP), a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization, is a photo center devoted to advancing the skills and increasing the personal enrichment of photographers of all experience levels and ages. The organization offers nearly 150 photography classes and workshops...

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