Duration: 4 weeks
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The first session of this class will be held in March 2013. Classes generally start the first Monday of every month and continue for 4 weeks.
Photo 102 is finally here — hooray! A follow-up to our popular Photo 101 class, Photo 102 will help make your photographs even better with advanced lessons on new lighting techniques, including how to use an on-camera flash. Nicole will also discuss other avenues of the business of photography, including what to consider in booking a job and pricing yourself correctly.
Please note that you will need to have certain supplies to fully participate in this course:
– DSLR Camera
– Flash (on-camera built-in or external)
– Flash light
– White foam core board
– Tripod (recommended)
– Cable release (optional)
The Nicole’s Classes application is a downloadable program you install on your computer. (The link to download will be provided the day the class starts.) Learning is divided into 4 weeks and within those weeks you can learn at your own pace, anytime, anywhere. There are no set class times, though homework is due every Sunday night and there may be scheduled chats with the instructor. Our classes are flexible, fit into most any schedule and we happily welcome international students!
Please note that for some portions of this class (chats, email inquiries and critiques), the instructor may be assisted by an approved professional photography T.A.
Photo 102 has our Photo 101 course or equivalent experience as a prerequisite course. Students must have a good grasp of manual exposures and basic techniques as this will not be covered in Photo 102. Nicole will use a Canon DSLR for demonstrations, but a DSLR of any kind (Nikon, Canon, etc.) will work for the course.
Nicole Hill Gerulat graduated from Brooks Institute of Photography in Commercial/Advertising Photography and has been working for over 10 years. Her clients include Real Simple, HGTV, Kiwi Magazine, Parents Magazine and more. Examples of her work can be found on her site as well as her blog A Little Sussy. Nicole started teaching photography classes in September 2007 and teaches from her own curriculum. Feel free to drop her a line if you have any questions about taking this course!