Instructor: Jennifer Moller
July 16 - 20
Monday - Friday
1 - 4pm
This class is designed for beginners and intermediate photographers who are interested in demystifying the dials and buttons on their digital SLR cameras. Class time will be devoted to learning through doing. We will start with the main control functions and move up to more advanced creative functions, such as HDR. A slideshow lecture will be given to assist students in seeing design and technique in historical photographic images. The class will be doing on-site photography as a group, with image review and critique after each session. Time will be available for one-on-one consultation with the instructor to address specific student concerns or challenges.
• A digital SLR
• Thumb drive, on-line storage, or hardrive
• Beginning knowledge of the camera functions
For the first class, please bring 5-10 images that reflect your interests and abilities as a photographer.
Jennifer Moller has been teaching photography for over twenty years. Her experience includes teaching advanced digital photography at the New England School of Photography (NESOP) in Boston. Currently, she is a professor of art at UMass Lowell in the Department of Art and Design. Moller is an experienced arts educator, professional photographer, and award-wining artist. She earned an MFA at Maine College of Art in 2003.