Creative Ways with Photography
5 sessions, 10 hours
In this five week session, you will work on a different photography project each week. Projects include macro photography with water bubbles, adding photographs to tumbled marble tiles and wood, exploring various online photo editors to create new and different looks, doing a basic photo restoration with old family photos, and a photo walk in downtown Frederick. No special cameras are needed – anything will work, including phone cameras. Basic photo editing skills will also be covered using Photoshop Elements. You will be required to provide your own transportation to the downtown Frederick meeting location for the last class. Special Note: This class requires basic computer skills including being able to open a folder or flash drive and saving a file.
Instructor: Cam Miller is a retired educator turned professional fine art photographer who lives in New Market, Maryland. After living and teaching on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, she moved to Central Maryland, where she is fully engaged in the arts community. She is a member of several museums, arts councils, and photography organizations. Cam has won many awards for her photographs, the subjects of which include light paintings, still lifes, landscapes, and nature. Her work has been accepted into numerous juried exhibits and competitions. She teaches photography classes at Frederick Community College, as well as does private tutoring. To see more of her work, visit Cam’s website: www.camscamerashots.com.
ILR780 Creative Ways with Photography
4-Digit Number: 5639
Mondays, 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., 10/2/17 – 10/30/17
Location: Conference Center (E Building) /E109
Tuition: $29 Fee: $80 Total: $109
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only.