30 ILR 55+ Registration opens December 5, 2022 NEW PHO129 Mastering Exposure 1 session, 4 hours | 16 + | This course is an intermediate level course designed to reinforce and promote mastery of manual exposure settings on DSLR and mirrorless cameras. Content will be presented as a hybrid mix of short lecture, live demonstration, and hands on practice for those wanting to work fluently in Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, and Manual Modes. Students should have basic knowledge of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. Note: Course will meet on campus in an in-person environment. Instructor: Cat Simmons 5-Digit Number: 24484 | Mon, 5:00 - 9:00 p.m., 3/6 Location: Conference Center/E138 | Fee: $39 PHO125 Digital Photo Management for Photographers 1 session, 2 hours | 16 + | Learn how to use file management software to import, name, arrange, and safely store thousands of images. Also learn how to add key words and other data that will allow you to find a particular image. Students will eventually need to acquire a commercial file management/editing application such as ACDSee Photo Studio, Corel AfterShot Pro, Skylulm Luminar, or Adobe Lightroom. These applications will be discussed during the class. Note: Course will meet on campus in an in-person environment. Instructor: Howard Clark 5-Digit Number: 24483 | Tue, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m., 3/14 Location: Conference Center/E134 | Fee: $19 NEW PHO130 Introduction to Family Photography 1 session, 3 hours | 16 + | Family photography is a popular genre within today’s photographic profession. Having the skills and knowledge offered in this class will equip students towards taking technically and aesthetically solid family photographs. Some of the topics covered include camera settings, lens choices, focus modes, posing, and tricks to overcoming difficult situations. Whether you are an aspiring professional or a hobbyist simply wanting to take better photographs of your own family and friends, this class will offer a starting point to make that a reality. Note: Course will meet on campus in an in-person environment. Instructor: Cat Simmons 5-Digit Number: 24485 | Mon, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m., 4/3 Location: Conference Center/E138 | Fee: $29 PHO126 Introduction to Editing Your Photos without Adobe Software 2 sessions, 4 hours | 16 + | You’ve got a great camera, and you know how to use it. Still, many of your photos do not measure up to your expectations. What’s the problem and how can you fix it? Often, the problem is that we do not photograph under ideal conditions, and the images suffer. The lighting may have been flat and the image lacks contrast. Something in the foreground needs to be removed. The horizon is tilted or cuts the picture in half. Oops, the picture is too dark. All of these problems and many more can be fixed with simple editing. This course will show you how it’s done. Note: Course will meet on campus in an in-person environment. Instructor: Howard Clark 5-Digit Number: 24347 | Tue, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m., 4/11 - 4/18 Location: Conference Center/E138 | Fee: $39 NEW PHO128 Portrait Basics 1 session, 4 hours | 16 + | Students will learn the basics of portraiture in the areas of camera settings, lens choices, natural and artificial lighting, composition, posing, and working with subjects. Topics such as using the histogram and a gray card are also covered with a brief Lightroom Demo showing how to use the gray card to correct white balance. Content is taught through both a lecture and hands-on practice approach. Comprehensive notes are distributed to set students up for continued success at home. Participants would need to have access to their own DSLR or mirrorless cameras. Note: Course will meet on campus in an in-person environment. Instructor: Cat Simmons 5-Digit Number: 24344 | Mon, 5:00 - 9:00 p.m., 4/24 Location: Conference Center/E125 | Fee: $44 PHOTOGRAPHY Evening Offering | Not yet retired? We offer classes during evening hours to better suit your schedule. In-Person Courses | Courses taught in-person, on location, with specific class times. Details on page 3.