Digital Photography

 

Introduction to Photography  

 

5-Day Digital Photography Day Camp (Ages 9 and up)  

Tuition: $550 per session 

The digital photography camp is a new day camp offered at Lambda. 

The goal is to help campers develop their perceptual skills, become more astute to their environment, while also learning the basics of photography (from image capture to post processing)


Drop off between 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. at no extra costs.

* For busy parents, after 2:00 p.m., we offer our photography campers supervised activities until 6:00 p.m. for pick up for an additional fee of $15 per day. 



Digital Photography Camp Dates:

Session 1: 25th June to 29th June 2012  (Monday to Friday)


 

 

 

Digital Photography for Kids at Lambda 

Click here to watch a video of our Introduction to Photography course:


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Video Presentation of our young students in their first vernissage at Lambda's Open House (27th February 2010)

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Introduction to Photography I

Course schedule: Thursdays 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Professor Sterling J. Agres of Goliath2 Studios

Introduction to Photography I, is a learning experience for individuals interested in learning basic D-SLR photography (Canon-Nikon type cameras) in a workshop environment.

Not simply a class on how to produce a recordable image with a camera, but a course that additionally introduces and explores the topic of image composition.

Introduction to Photography I, is a 7 week course of photographic theory & practical 'hands-on' workshops. The course focuses on in-class shoot & Learn exercises that help simplify the technical theory behind true photography.

The photography textbook used for the course includes additional photography subjects to help continue your personal development even after the course is completed.

At any time during the course, you will be able to e-mail your works for professorial critique or to simply ask a photography related questions outside of the classroom.


Course Subjects Outline

- Introduction to the World of Photography
- Basic Camera Operation: Shutter, Aperture, Exposure, Depth of Field Workshops
- Basic Composition - Discussion & Workshop
- Understanding Light - Theory & Workshop
- Final Assignment Reviews

Please note: All applicants (including those who are brand new to photography) must posses the aptitude and desire for exploring photography as a science and as a form of expression.
This course requires all students to have access to a Digital Camera which the user can manually manipulate shutter speed, aperture (F Stop) and ISO settings (D-SLR is preferred). Please contact us if you require confirmation for any particular brand or model.

Course subject headings are not listed sequentially. Order of subjects will will be based on the character of each individual class. Program consists of 7 x 90 minute classes during a 7 week period. All course dates are subject to change with advance notice and confirmation.

$475. 00 (+tax) per student with a class minimum of 6 students

Text book included with cost of course
__________________________________________________________________________________
Professor Sterling J. Agres of Goliath2 Studios
Introduction to Photography I, is a learning experience for individuals interested in learning basic D-SLR photography (Canon-Nikon type cameras) in a workshop environment.

Not simply a class on how to produce a recordable image with a camera, but a course that additionally introduces and explores the topic of image composition.

Introduction to Photography I, is a 7 week course of photographic theory & practical 'hands-on' workshops. The course focuses on in-class shoot & Learn exercises that help simplify the technical theory behind true photography.

The photography textbook used for the course includes additional photography subjects to help continue your personal development even after the course is completed.

At any time during the course, you will be able to e-mail your works for professorial critique or to simply ask a photography related questions outside of the classroom.

Course Subjects Outline

- Introduction to the World of Photography
- Basic Camera Operation: Shutter, Aperture, Exposure, Depth of Field Workshops
- Basic Composition - Discussion & Workshop
- Understanding Light - Theory & Workshop
- Final Assignment Reviews

Please note: All applicants (including those who are brand new to photography) must posses the aptitude and desire for exploring photography as a science and as a form of expression.
This course requires all students to have access to a Digital Camera which the user can manually manipulate shutter speed, aperture (F Stop) and ISO settings (D-SLR is preferred). Please contact us if you require confirmation for any particular brand or model.

Course subject headings are not listed sequentially. Order of subjects will will be based on the character of each individual class. Program consists of 7 x 90 minute classes during a 7 week period. All course dates are subject to change with advance notice and confirmation.

$475. 00 (+tax) per student with a class minimum of 6 students

Text book included with cost of course

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Introduction to Photography II


Professor Sterling J. Agres of Goliath2 Studios
Introduction to Photography II, is a learning experience for individuals interested in further developing their own basic D-SLR photography knowledge & skills. If you are completely new to D-SLR photography (Canon-Nikon type cameras) you will be required to first attend - Introduction to Photography I - as this course's prerequisite.

This course will begin with a quick review of the fundaments, and then focus on studio lighting, image composition and creating depth within an image.

Introduction to Photography II, is a 7 week course of photographic theory & practical 'hands-on' workshops. The course focuses on in-class shoot & Learn exercises that help simplify the technical theory behind true photography.

The photography textbook used for the course includes additional photography subjects to help continue your personal development even after the course is completed.

At any time during the course, you will be able to e-mail your works for professorial critique or to simply ask a photography related questions outside of the classroom.

Course Subjects Outline
- Basic Review of Camera Operation: Shutter, Aperture, General Exposure
- Advanced Camera Operation: Pushing Exposure, Creating Depth Workshops
- Advanced Composition
- Discussion & Workshop
- Creating Light - Exposure EV & Light Meters, 3-Point Lighting Theory & Workshop
- Final Assignment Reviews

Please note:
All applicants (including those who are brand new to photography) must posses the aptitude and desire for exploring photography as a science and as a form of expression.
 
This course requires all students to have access to a Digital Camera which the user can manually manipulate shutter speed, aperture (F Stop) and ISO settings (D-SLR is preferred). Please contact us if you require confirmation for any particular brand or model.

Course subject headings are not listed sequentially. Order of subjects will will be based on the character of each individual class. Program consists of 7 x 90 minute classes during a 7 week period. All course dates are subject to change with advance notice and confirmation.
 
$375.00 (+tax) per student with a class minimum of 6 students

Text book included with cost of course
 
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