8-Week Digital Photography Class


Rush Hour


8 Week Digital Photography: Not Offered

This 8-week class is combination of the camera and computer classes plus more. The class will focus on good camera technique and post-processing of images. The format will be a combination of image critique, lecture and hands-on activities. This is the perfect learning opportunity for those who want to improve their digital photography skills. Each week we fill focus on an aspect of exposure and composition learning both the associated camera and computer skills. During the week, you will have an opportunity to practice those skills and then receive feedback at the next class meeting.

This is a class that you can take over and over again. The content of the class is always changing. Each term offers you the opportunity to work on different skills. The fall class tends to have more of an emphasis on computer skills as it is dark and rainy outside. The spring class tends to spend more time outside shooting.

3/09/2017 Basic Camera and Photography Techniques   

3/16/2017 Catching the Light

3/23/2017 Composition and Exposure - Field Trip

3/30/2017 Presenting Your Work - Photo Editing

4/06/2017 Landscape Field Trip

4/13/2017 Presenting Your Work - Photo Editing

4/20/2017 Composition and Exposure - Field Trip

4/27/2017 Next Steps 

Reserve you spot today with a $50.00 deposit. Total class price: $260. Price includes binder of print materials. Students must supply their own computer, camera and photo processing software.


8-Week Digital Photography Course

Course: Digital Photography
Instructor: Rosalind Philips
Dates: 3/09/2017, 3/16/2017, 3/23/2017, 3/30/2017, 4/06/2017, 4/13/2017, 4/20/2017, and 4/27/2017 
Time: 6:30 pm—9:30 pm
Location: The Coach House 211 21st Ave SW, Olympia, WA 98501
Fee: $260.00 ($50 due at the registration, the balance on the first day of class)
Equipment: Digital camera (w/interchangeable lenses), tripod, laptop computer (Software for class is Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC or Photoshop Elements 13/14/15), two stuffed animals, extra battery, extension cord, a white project board or foam core,  and USB Flash drive.