Photo Techniques

Jul 25 - Sep 19
Saturday 5:00-8:00 PM (EST) 8 sessions
Saturday 5:00-8:00 PM (EST) 8 sessions
Joseph P. Sinnott, Senior staff photographer, WNET / New York Public Media
The ability to make compelling pictures on demand involves knowledge, experience and interest. Emphasizing image control and creation in-camera, this series of lectures and demonstrations imparts the skills necessary to translate vision to imagery. Some of the subjects covered include exposure, metering, flash, lenses and optics, color calibration and white balance. This course provides and explains the technical information necessary to be successful and self-reliant in creating consistently superior photographs.
NOTE: This course is fully online and offered through synchronous sessions during the listed course hours.
Course Number
2 CEUs
The School of Visual Arts online courses are hosted in Canvas, our College-wide learning system. Most computers (5 years old or newer recommended) can access the course(s) without a problem. The courses work with Windows (Windows 7 and newer), Macintosh (Mac OSX 10.10 and newer), and Linux (chromeOS). Participants will need a minimum screen size of 800x600 (the average size of a netbook) and good broadband (Minimum of 512kbps) Internet connection to participate in the online courses.