Photography for Kids - Manual DSLR Photography 202: Styles & Special Projects
For graduates of Manual DSLR Photography 101+201 for Kids, or those with comparably strong experience using manual mode, an exploration of various categories, specializations, and styles of photographic art.
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Once per week
over 10 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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🔐 This class is in the series of Photography for Kids - Manual DSLR Photography classes, and follows the 201. The 202 class builds on the 200 level technical skills and bridges student's knowledge of their cameras into exploring the question of "what are some different categories, specializations, and styles of artistic photography?" Check out www.knowinglightclasses.com to view a categorized library of how my Outschool photography class sequences work. 🖇️Prerequisite: Photography for Kids...
Projects are assigned each week, as in the 101 and 201. Students can expect that these projects will require a little bit more planning and reflection time than the 101. Depending on how much time they put into the 201, this class' projects may be comparable, or may require slightly more time and consideration to be successful.
All learners will need: #1 A DSLR camera, or other camera with a manual exposure mode to adjust the settings for aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. (Make sure you have a memory card and battery + charger, too.) Learners should *already* know how to use that mode, and have significant experience working on manual mode in dynamic lighting situations (more details in the class description). I have a blog with some recommendations and info about how to think about camera options here: https://www.knowinglightclasses.com/blog/what-dslr-camera #2 The means to upload the photos to a computer, tablet, or cellphone with an internet connection and web browser. For example, with a cable for the camera or a memory card reader. Please make sure your learner can upload photos to the device prior to class, so they are ready to complete your projects and focus on learning how to use their camera.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
External Resources Details: Padlet is used for submitting photos, no sign in is required. Google Slides is used for project planning and is sometimes used for sharing class material, no sign in is required.
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