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Fine Art Photography Session 6: Rendering II
Fine Art Photography Session 6: Rendering II
Tuition $50.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $10
Intermediate

Colin Harrison

SP8106 Apr 7, 2018 (10am-12:30pm) Saturday (River Room)

Session 6 Rendering II
The act of photography is not random. It begins with the Photographer seeking out, or noticing, or even constructing a scene that can be captured and rendered into an image that will engage the Viewer. It begins with Seeing. How do we learn to see as a photographer? This class will introduce practices that help to develop this essential skill and students will try these out on the Craft Center campus.
This is the last of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. Students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with and that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card). Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over, a $10 materials fee will be added to the tuition.
Fine Art Photography Session 5: Rendering 1
Fine Art Photography Session 5: Rendering 1
Tuition $50.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $10
Intermediate

Colin Harrison

SP8105 Mar 24, 2018 (10am-12:30pm) Saturday (River Room)

Session 5 Rendering 1
The act of photography is not random. It begins with the Photographer seeking out, or noticing, or even constructing a scene that can be captured and rendered into an image that will engage the Viewer. It begins with Seeing. How do we learn to see as a photographer? This class will introduce practices that help to develop this essential skill and students will try these out on the Craft Center campus.
This is the fifth of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. Students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with and that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card). Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over, a $10 materials fee will be added to the tuition.
Fine Art Photography Session 4: Light
Fine Art Photography Session 4: Light
Tuition $50.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $10
Intermediate

Colin Harrison

SP8104 Mar 17, 2018 (10am-12:30pm) Saturday (River Room)

Session 4 Light
The quality of light is the soul of a photograph. Outdoors It is a challenge to make use of the available light without losing detail in deep shadows or clipped highlights. Indoors we have more flexibility to create our own light. This class will explore the use of simple studio lighting equipment for portraits and objects, but the principles of lighting whether outdoors or in the studio remain the same.
This is the fourth of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. Students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with and that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card). Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over, a $10 materials fee will be added to the tuition.
Fine Art Photography Session 3: Using a Camera
Fine Art Photography Session 3: Using a Camera
Tuition $50.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $10
Intermediate

Colin Harrison

SP8103 Mar 10, 2018 (10am-12:30pm) Saturday (River Room)

Session 3 Using a Camera
The act of photography is not random. It begins with the Photographer seeking out, or noticing, or even constructing a scene that can be captured and rendered into an image that will engage the Viewer. It begins with Seeing. How do we learn to see as a photographer? This class will introduce practices that help to develop this essential skill and students will try these out on the Craft Center campus.
This is the third of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. Students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with and that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card). Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over, a $10 materials fee will be added to the tuition.
Fine Art Photography Session 2: Seeing & Capturing
Fine Art Photography Session 2: Seeing & Capturing
Tuition $50.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $10
Intermediate

Colin Harrison

SP8102 Mar 3, 2018 (10am-12:30pm) Saturday (River Room)

Session 2 Seeing & Capturing
The act of photography is not random. It begins with the Photographer seeking out, or noticing, or even constructing a scene that can be captured and rendered into an image that will engage the Viewer. It begins with Seeing. How do we learn to see as a photographer? This class will introduce practices that help to develop this essential skill and students will try these out on the Craft Center campus.
This is the second of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. Students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with and that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card). Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over, a $10 materials fee will be added to the tuition.
Success with SketchUp
Success with SketchUp
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Beginner
David Heim
SE8101 Feb 24, 2018 (10:00am-4:30 pm) Saturday (River Room)

SketchUp is a powerful 3D design program that more and more people use for woodworking, blacksmithing, woodturning, and other crafts. This course is for people who have not used the program at all. You will begin with exercises to learn how to navigate the 3D drawing space and use SketchUp's drawing and modeling tools. You also learn the rules for success--essential good practices to ensure that SketchUp does what you want it to. You will apply those new skills and rules to create at least one original model. This will give you the knowledge and confidence to keep using SketchUp profitably in your own artistic endeavors. Bring a laptop (Mac or Windows), with the free version of SketchUp already installed. Go to www.sketchup.com to download the program called SketchUp Make 2017. Ages 18 and over.
Fine Art Photography Session 1: Seeing
Fine Art Photography Session 1: Seeing
Tuition $50.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $10
Intermediate

Colin Harrison

SP8101 Feb 17, 2018 (10am-12:30pm) Saturday (River Room)

Session 1 Seeing
The act of photography is not random. It begins with the Photographer seeking out, or noticing, or even constructing a scene that can be captured and rendered into an image that will engage the Viewer. It begins with Seeing. How do we learn to see as a photographer? This class will introduce practices that help to develop this essential skill and students will try these out on the Craft Center campus.
This is the first of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. No camera is required for this first session, but for subsequent sessions, students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with and that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card). The final session of the series also requires each student to bring a laptop computer. Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. For this first class students are invited to bring one of their existing photographs for use during the class. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over, a $10 materials fee will be added to the tuition for this first session.
Success with SketchUp
Success with SketchUp
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Beginner
David Heim
SE7401 Dec 2, 2017 (10:00am-4:30 pm) Saturday (River Room)

SketchUp is a powerful 3D design program that more and more people use for woodworking, blacksmithing, woodturning, and other crafts. This course is for people who have not used the program at all. You will begin with exercises to learn how to navigate the 3D drawing space and use SketchUp's drawing and modeling tools. You also learn the rules for success--essential good practices to ensure that SketchUp does what you want it to. You will apply those new skills and rules to create at least one original model. This will give you the knowledge and confidence to keep using SketchUp profitably in your own artistic endeavors. Bring a laptop (Mac or Windows), with the free version of SketchUp already installed. Go to www.sketchup.com to download the program called SketchUp Make. Ages 18 and over.
Success with SketchUp
Success with SketchUp
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Beginner
David Heim
SE7301 Sep 23, 2017 (10:00am-4:30 pm) Saturday (River Room)

SketchUp is a powerful 3D design program that more and more people use for woodworking, blacksmithing, woodturning, and other crafts. This course is for people who have not used the program at all. You will begin with exercises to learn how to navigate the 3D drawing space and use SketchUp's drawing and modeling tools. You also learn the rules for success--essential good practices to ensure that SketchUp does what you want it to. You will apply those new skills and rules to create at least one original model. This will give you the knowledge and confidence to keep using SketchUp profitably in your own artistic endeavors. Bring a laptop (Mac or Windows), with the free version of SketchUp already installed. Go to www.sketchup.com to download the program called SketchUp Make. Ages 18 and over.
Fine Art Photography Session 6: Rendering II
Fine Art Photography Session 6: Rendering II
Tuition $50.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $10
Intermediate

Colin Harrison

SP7308 Aug 19 2017 (10am-12:30pm) Saturday (River Room)

Session 6 Rendering II
The act of photography is not random. It begins with the Photographer seeking out, or noticing, or even constructing a scene that can be captured and rendered into an image that will engage the Viewer. It begins with Seeing. How do we learn to see as a photographer? This class will introduce practices that help to develop this essential skill and students will try these out on the Craft Center campus.
This is the last of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. Students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with and that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card). Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over, a $10 materials fee will be added to the tuition.
Fine Art Photography Session 5: Rendering 1
Fine Art Photography Session 5: Rendering 1
Tuition $50.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $10
Intermediate

Colin Harrison

SP7307 Aug 12 2017 (10am-12:30pm) Saturday (River Room)

Session 5 Rendering 1
The act of photography is not random. It begins with the Photographer seeking out, or noticing, or even constructing a scene that can be captured and rendered into an image that will engage the Viewer. It begins with Seeing. How do we learn to see as a photographer? This class will introduce practices that help to develop this essential skill and students will try these out on the Craft Center campus.
This is the fifth of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. Students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with and that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card). Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over, a $10 materials fee will be added to the tuition.
Fine Art Photography Session 3: Using a Camera
Fine Art Photography Session 3: Using a Camera
Tuition $50.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $10
Intermediate

Colin Harrison

SP7305 July 29 2017 (10am-12:30pm) Saturday (River Room)

Session 3 Using a Camera
The act of photography is not random. It begins with the Photographer seeking out, or noticing, or even constructing a scene that can be captured and rendered into an image that will engage the Viewer. It begins with Seeing. How do we learn to see as a photographer? This class will introduce practices that help to develop this essential skill and students will try these out on the Craft Center campus.
This is the third of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. Students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with and that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card). Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over, a $10 materials fee will be added to the tuition.
Fine Art Photography Session 2: Seeing & Capturing
Fine Art Photography Session 2: Seeing & Capturing
Tuition $50.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $10
Intermediate

Colin Harrison

SP7304 July 22 2017 (10am-12:30pm) Saturday (River Room)

Session 2 Seeing & Capturing
The act of photography is not random. It begins with the Photographer seeking out, or noticing, or even constructing a scene that can be captured and rendered into an image that will engage the Viewer. It begins with Seeing. How do we learn to see as a photographer? This class will introduce practices that help to develop this essential skill and students will try these out on the Craft Center campus.
This is the second of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. Students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with and that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card). Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over, a $10 materials fee will be added to the tuition.
Fine Art Photography Session 1: Seeing
Fine Art Photography Session 1: Seeing
Tuition $50.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $10
Intermediate

Colin Harrison

SP7303 July 15 2017 (10am-12:30pm) Saturday (River Room)

Session 1 Seeing
The act of photography is not random. It begins with the Photographer seeking out, or noticing, or even constructing a scene that can be captured and rendered into an image that will engage the Viewer. It begins with Seeing. How do we learn to see as a photographer? This class will introduce practices that help to develop this essential skill and students will try these out on the Craft Center campus.
This is the first of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. No camera is required for this first session, but for subsequent sessions, students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with and that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card). The final session of the series also requires each student to bring a laptop computer. Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. For this first class students are invited to bring one of their existing photographs for use during the class. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over, a $10 materials fee will be added to the tuition for this first session.
Success with SketchUp
Success with SketchUp
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Beginner
David Heim
SE7101 Mar 4, 2017 (10:00am-4:30 pm) Sunday(River Room)

SketchUp is a powerful 3D design program that more and more people use for woodworking, blacksmithing, woodturning, and other crafts. This course is for people who have not used the program at all. You will begin with exercises to learn how to navigate the 3D drawing space and use SketchUp's drawing and modeling tools. You also learn the rules for success--essential good practices to ensure that SketchUp does what you want it to. You will apply those new skills and rules to create at least one original model. This will give you the knowledge and confidence to keep using SketchUp profitably in your own artistic endeavors. Bring a laptop (Mac or Windows is fine, but an iPad will not work), with the free version of SketchUp already installed. Go to www.sketchup.com to download the program called SketchUp Make. Ages 18 and over.
 
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