Saturday, October 29, 2022 | 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
This introductory class gives beginner photographers the opportunity to immerse themselves in lush flora and fauna while looking closer at the hidden beauty of our natural world. While revitalizing your senses, you will learn the basic creative and semi-manual settings of your DSLR Camera along with honing into why some photographs are just more visually appealing than others.
The class will utilize the basic rules of design and dynamic composition to walk away feeling refreshed with breathtaking gardenscapes. We will focus on the basic elements of compositional design and shooting in Programmable (P) and Priority (Sv, Tv, Av) modes.
Please bring your DSLR camera with you.
Instructor bio: Sean Black is an artist, educator, and journalist working in the fields of social justice and health. His decade-long career as senior editor with a national not-for-profit health and philanthropy journal has afforded him the opportunity of photographing celebrities such as Sheryl Lee Ralph, Julie Newmar, Alicia Keys, Debra Messing, Chloe Sevigny, Melissa Rivers, Gilles Marini, David Arquette and many more.
His work has been published in Ebony, LA Times, Stern Magazine, Huffington Post, People.com, The Advocate, GQ Brazil and others. He has exhibited and lectured about his work internationally and is currently a fulltime lecturer at the University of Miami where he received his MFA in 2013. He also holds an MA in Photography from California State University San Bernardino and BS degree in Information Technology from Barry University.
Tickets are nonrefundable. This class runs rain or shine.