Digital Photography

Digital Imaging is the medium that most photographers work with today. Take your photography hobby to the next level with the Digital Photography certificate. This program is designed to meet the needs of anyone interested in photography, portraiture, digital image-editing or selling photos or services on the Web. To earn a certificate in Digital Photography, candidates must complete the following four courses: Digital Photography I, Digital Photography II, Adobe Photoshop CS6 for Photographers, and the Business of Photography. Please contact Marci Barnes at 781-280-3669 or when the courses are complete in order to receive your certificate. Instructor is Professional Photographer, Alyce O’Connell. Students who earn the digital photography certificate can be awarded 3 credits for course ART 144, Digital Photography.

Digital Photography I
Explore the many features and functions of your new digital camera. Using a combination of classroom instruction, one-on-one consultation, shooting assignments and critique, an expert digital photographer will guide you through the ins and outs of both the technical and artistic aspects of good digital photography. Delve into your cameraís menu and discover how to optimize its features for beautiful results. Students need an SLR Digital Camera.  (18 hours) $249
01/26 - 03/01   6:00pm - 9:00pm      T     B     O'CONNELL
CAR 611 30      12236      NA 102

01/27 - 03/02   6:00pm - 9:00pm      W     L     O'CONNELL
CAR 611 80      13654      LC 206

05/03 - 06/07   6:00pm - 9:00pm      T     B     O'CONNELL
CAR 611 31      18157      NA 102

Digital Photography II
This course is a continuation of Digital Photography I.  Expand on your knowledge of digital photography.  Learn and feel more comfortable using your camera's manual setting.  Learn how to expose and compose beautiful photographs. Through assignments, critique and guidance from the instructor you will work toward developing your own personal style of photography. Students need an SLR Digital Camera.  (18 hours) $249
03/22 - 04/26   6:00pm - 9:00pm      T     B     O'CONNELL
CAR 612 30      12237      NA 102

03/23 - 04/27   6:00pm - 9:00pm      W     L     O'CONNELL
CAR 612 80      14471      LC 206


Adobe Photoshop CS 6
Have you ever seen photographs that were ripped or faded, then perfectly restored and wondered, how they did that?  Perhaps you have marveled at the way a portrait can be transformed to make the subject appear 10 years' younger or how people can be added or deleted to a scene.  This course will cover batch processing images, advanced masking techniques, special effects and filters. We will explore the exciting possibilities in High Dynamic Range Photography (HDR), the current creative trend in image manipulation. Photoshop CS has become an essential tool for professional and amateur photographers and is considered to be Today's Darkroom. (18 hours) $249
05/05 - 06/09   6:00pm - 9:00pm      R     B     RICCA
CAR 610 30      17356      AR 209

Business of Photography
Turn your passion for photography into profit. Learn how to present, price and market your photography.  Explore portfolio preparation, marketing, freelance photography, working for a photographer and opening a photography studio. (18 hours) $199
04/25 - 06/06   6:00pm - 9:00pm      M     B     O'CONNELL
CAR 615 30      12238      AR 107
No class 05/30

Studio Lighting
Explore the wonderful works of light using natural and artificial lighting. Through classroom instruction, in-studio photo assignments and critique you will learn how and when to use different types of lighting. Gain confidence in using strobe lighting equipment. Three of the classes will take place off-campus at a studio in Littleton (DSI Marketing Communications, 160 Ayer Road, Littleton) for the hands-on experience needed to be successful in this area. The first class meets at the Bedford campus. Students need to have a Digital SLR and understand photographing in manual mode. (15 hours)  $289
03/03 - 04/07   6:00pm - 9:00pm      R     B     O'CONNELL
CAR 613 30      16627      NA 102
No Class 03/17


Last Modified: 12/16/15