Calling All Pre-Teens and Teens! 


This beginning level class is designed to introduce students to the fundamental operations, techniques, and critical vocabulary of digital photography. Students will learn about the camera’s basic and advanced settings in an effort to make beautiful photographs, all while having fun. Participants involved in the program will go out on field trips around the city, create a portfolio of their work, to present their work in a gallery show.


This four-week long course for teens (ages 12-16) is designed to introduce students to the fundamental operations, techniques, and critical vocabulary of digital photography. Students will learn about the camera’s basic and advanced settings in an effort to make beautiful photographs, all while having fun.? The class will cover technical information such as shutter speed and aperture, white balance, image quality, and compositional methods to help students develop their vision as budding photographers. Students will have the opportunity to practice their understanding of topics covered in lectures through daily photographic assignments.

By the end of the course, students will be comfortable using the various controls of their specific cameras and will gain confidence in the way they approach different subjects photographically. This class is open to students who own either a digital Single Lens Reflex (SLR) camera or a point & shoot camera with a manual setting.

If interested, please complete and submit the application form before the information session.

PROGRAM INFORMATION

FEE: $225.00

AGES: 12-16

WHEN: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm on Saturdays from September 23 – October 14, 2017

WHERE: Westside of Los Angeles (Exact Location: TBD)
Norwalk, California (Exact Location: TBD)

If you have questions, you can call the Foundation at: (310) 226 – 8441 or e-mail us (info@barbaraseniorsharkinsfoundation.org).