• Introduction-Intermediate
  • Digital Arts & Photography

Digital cameras are everywhere. Everyone takes pictures. Images are shared in every form of social media. In this rush to record every single moment of our lives something has been left behind. Quality. Image quality. Print quality. And creativity. Digital images are pretty fantastic right out of the camera, but they can be a lot better. Better sharpness. Better colour. Better composition. And that’s just the beginning. You can combine your photo with others to create a collage. You can colourize photos and turn them into beautiful gallery-quality black and white images. You can turn your photos into out of this world abstractions. And digital photos can make very, very good digital prints. Taking good photos is an art. It takes time and benefits from some instruction. The same can be said for turning good photos into even better digital images and prints.

Fall 2019/Winter 2020:

6 Weeks: Base Tuition: $305 + Lab Fee: $20 = Total: $325

Spring 2020:

8 Weeks:  Base Tuition:  $349 + Lab Fee: $30 = Total: $379

Notes: This course uses Adobe Creative Cloud Suite. Students should have basic knowledge of Mac computers and Mac OS 10.x or experience with Microsoft Windows. Basic knowledge of Photoshop is also recommended. At the completion of the course the class will present their work on the course blog and have one of their images professionally printed.

Upcoming Sections

CodeInstructorDates & TimeDaysLengthRegister
931John BinghamJuly 14, 2020 to July 16, 2020
TERM - Summer 2020
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
3-day workshops$325.00

What you will learn

  • Assess which photos will make great digital images and/or prints
  • Maximize the digital information in each photo to bring out all the colour and detail
  • Crop and resize images for maximum visual effect
  • Learn to use filters and colour blending to add impact to your photos
  • Make high quality black and white prints from your colour images
  • Prepare your images for blogs and websites

Materials to Bring

Please keep your receipts to all purchases in case you need to return any materials.

  • Students should bring their digital camera to the first class and a USB memory stick.
  • Please bring the USB stick to subsequent classes.