This program is designed to prepare students for entry-level jobs as photographers.
Learn about basic camera functions, exposure, and depth of field. In addition, students will learn about composition, how light affects images, filters and flash, wedding photography, portrait lighting, marketing your services, and portfolio sessions. The curriculum includes spending time in a lab environment in the last few sessions of class, working with photo editing software.
- DSLR camera
- SD card for the camera ($20-40) depending on size of the card. A 32GB SD card Class 10 ($20) is recommended.
- SD card reader ($10-20)
- External hard drive ($100-200). WD easystore® 1TB External USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive ($100) is recommended.
- Tripod ($99-179). Manfrotto - Compact Advanced 65" Tripod ($100) is recommended.
How to Enroll
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Sample Program Plan and Costs
Students must successfully complete this course.
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Learn basic camera functions, exposure, and depth of field. In addition, receive further instruction in composition, how light affects images, filters and flash, wedding, portrait lighting, marketing, and portfolio session. Conclude with lab sessions in digital photo editing using Photoshop Elements at the Northeast Campus. A DSLR camera is required. Conclude with lab sessions in digital editing, using Photoshop Elements at NE Campus. Students entering the certificate class will be responsible for having access to a laptop capable of accessing and running Adobe Lightroom Classic CC for the two weeks of class or the final 4-four sessions. A subscription to Lightroom is also required. Do not subscribe until you meet with instructor.
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Not including fees and equipment