- Focuses on techniques aesthetics, and business operations
- Examines emerging trends in photography
- Offers instruction for all levels
Whether you want to gain basic photography skills or expand your expertise and sell your work, these courses provide you with the proficiency and techniques to transform your photographs into art. Courses for beginners provide an overview of the fundamentals of digital cameras and photographic composition. Advanced courses go beyond shutter and aperture, focusing on specific techniques and postproduction processing. Essential instruction is provided in business operations including marketing, copyrighting your work, and pricing strategies.
Learn the most popular and useful Adobe software for photography asset editing and management.
Study famous photographs of New York from unusual perspectives, and then try capturing the City on camera for yourself from remarkable locales.
Gain a solid foundation in the concepts, tools, and techniques required to become a self-employed professional photographer.
Refine your creative and technical skills with a camera, and further develop your understanding of the visual language of photography.
Learn about event photography, from using manual exposure cameras and camera flash lighting equipment and to processing and printing.
Explore the creative process of photography in a dynamic and nonlinear fashion, and create photographic art to display in a one-night show.
This course is easy enough for anyone to enjoy yet technical enough to cover the basics of digital black-and-white photography.
Explore the moment of light and shadow at twilight, and learn to observe the nuances of contrasts and change from daylight to dusk.
If you are new to photography and digital media, then develop these skills by taking snapshots, portraits, and street and travel photographs.
Clarify your vision, integrate technical skills with intuitive spontaneity, and harness insight as you create compelling portraits.
Take your understanding of Photoshop to the next level by exploring the digital equivalent of traditional darkroom techniques and other treatments.