Digital Photography and Photoshop Online Intensive - July 26-30
A good photographer can capture the beauty of a single moment and even change the way people think, all with a single image. Develop your style while learning the digital tools to manage, enhance and correct your images.
THIS IS A GOOD CONCENTRATION IF YOU: See the world in a different light. Want to preserve a moment in time. Recognize beauty in unlikely places.
This one week course that will help you explore the exciting field of Digital Photography. In this course, you will:
- Improve Photoshop editorial skills
- Develop conceptual thinking
- Create work for your college admissions portfolio
- Meet experienced industry professionals
- Learn under the direction of CCS faculty
The Digital Photography Online Intensive lead instructor will be Gabriela Baginski. Gabby received her BFA from the College for Creative Studies in 2014. Her clients include Hour Magazine, New York Times, Culture Lab Detroit, Sound and Science Magazine, and Galerie Magazine.
10am-2:30pm eastern standard time. See tentative schedule posted with images.
Guest expert Darrel Ellis will be joining the class. Ellis is a professional photographer who has shot for The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Parenting Magazine, Planet Muscle, The Washington Post.
Register now, enrollment is limited to 15 students!
Students will need to have internet access, their own DSLR or camera phone, and Adobe Photoshop to participate in this class.
Students enrolled in this class will be able to use their personal device (Mac or Windows) to access the powerful servers at CCS through the virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)
Courses will meet over Zoom in small groups of 15 or less students. Classes will be recorded and transcribed for quality purposes and made available in the event a student cannot attend class. Recordings will be deleted after 15 days.
Computer Access and Technical Requirements
A virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) system will be implemented for this course. This will allow students to access a virtual Windows desktop with Adobe Photoshop software installed. The VDI system will allow students to use their personal device (Mac or Windows) to access the software that will run on powerful servers at CCS. Students may also use their own computers if they have access to Adobe Photoshop.