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Photography Club: Beginners

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Amy Maruska, Masters in Education
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Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(202)
Unlock your child's creative potential with this Introduction to Photography class! Each week brings exciting challenges, from mastering the camera. Develop lifelong skills while having fun in this engaging online journey. Enroll today!

Class experience

Week 1: Getting to Know Your Camera
- Goal: Understand the basic functions of your camera.

Week 2: Composition and Framing
- Goal: Learn the rule of thirds and practice framing subjects creatively.

Week 3: Lighting Basics
- Goal: Recognize the importance of lighting in photography.

Week 4: Capturing Motion
- Goal: Experiment with capturing motion in your photos.

Week 5: Portraits and People
- Goal: Take candid portraits of family or friends.

Week 6: Macro Photography
- Goal: Explore close-up photography with small objects.

Week 7: Long Exposure Photography
- Goal: Learn long exposure techniques to capture light trails or stars.

Week 8: Storytelling Through Photography
- Goal: Create a photo essay to tell a visual story.

Week 9: Black and White Photography
- Goal: Experiment with black and white photography for artistic expression.

Week 10: Landscape Photography
- Goal: Explore landscape and scenic photography.

Week 11: Low-Light Photography
- Goal: Practice low-light photography techniques for night scenes.

Week 12: Still Life Photography
- Goal: Create captivating still life compositions.

Week 13: Photo Collages and Montages
- Goal: Tell a visual story through photo arrangement.

Week 14: Editing and Enhancing Photos
- Goal: Learn basic photo editing and enhancement.

Week 15: Creating a Photo Portfolio
- Goal: Build a portfolio of your best photos.

Week 16: Photography Ethics
- Goal: Discuss photography ethics and responsible sharing.

Week 17: Famous Photographers
- Goal: Research and present a famous photographer.

Week 18: Photography Scavenger Hunt
- Goal: Participate in a photography scavenger hunt.

Week 19: Camera Settings Exploration
- Goal: Experiment with different camera settings.

Week 20: Daily Life Photo Journal
- Goal: Create a photo journal of your daily life.

Week 21: Photo Editing Challenge
- Goal: Participate in a photo editing challenge.

Week 22: Collaborative Project
- Goal: Collaborate with a classmate on a photography project.

Week 23: Advanced Editing Techniques
- Goal: Explore advanced photo editing techniques.

Week 24: Final Projects and Showcase
- Goal: Showcase your best work in a final project presentation.

These weekly goals provide specific objectives for each class, guiding students as they progress through the course and develop their photography skills.
Homework Offered
Each week students will have an activity they can work on and share in the following class.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Grades Offered
Digital Camera: Students will need access to a digital camera. This could be a point-and-shoot camera, a smartphone with a good camera, or a digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera if available. 

Tripod: A tripod is essential for stability when taking long exposure shots or capturing detailed images in macro photography. There are tripods designed for smartphones that suit students using mobile devices.

Computer or Tablet: Students will need access to a computer or tablet with internet connectivity to participate in online classes, view tutorials, and share their work with the class.

Photo Editing Software: Pixlr or another software

Notebook and Pen: A dedicated notebook can help jot down photography notes, settings used, and creative ideas.

Props and Subject Material: Depending on the specific photography activities

Light Sources: Natural light is often used in photography, but students may experiment with artificial lighting sources like desk lamps or flashlights for specific activities.
Students will need a camera. They can use any style of camera but please make sure they know what kind of camera they're  using.
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Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(202)
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Hello! My name is Amy.
I am so happy to see that you are interested in my classes.
Let me tell you a bit about me:
I am so excited about online learning and teaching. My passions encompass education, communications, and technology! Of course, you... 
Group Class

$20

weekly
1x per week
45 min

Live video meetings
Ages: 12-16
3-12 learners per class

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