Next class session begins January 10th
Sign up now for a new slate of classes beginning next year.
Learn the Fundamentals of Digital Photography or how to use Lightroom on your laptop. You can take a one-day architecture photography class, or another in Environmental Portraiture. We have a revamped class in Lighting: Studio and Flash. There’s a half-day iPhone/smartphone photography workshop or a two-day class on running a photography business. And, for the first time, we’re offering a DSLR video photography workshop with an Emmy award-winning teacher.
Here’s the full list:
- DIY Table-Top/Product Photography Class, January 10
- Fundamentals of Digital Photography Monday or Tuesday, January 12 & 13
- Photo Bookmaking a seven-week class starting January 12
- Lightroom on your Laptop: a five-week class starting January 14
- Lighting (Studio and Flash): a seven-week class starting January 14
- Photoshop I: Adding Texture to Images : a four-week class starting January 13
- DSLR Video, one-day workshop, January 17
- Business of Photography (2 days), January 17 and 24
- Smartphone/iPhone Photography (1 day), January 24
- Environmental Portraiture One-day bootcamp, January 31
- Wedding Photography, one day intensive, January 31
- One-day digital photography class on February 1 & 21
- Architectural Photography, One day workshop, February 7
For 2015, one of our New Year’s resolutions is to keep our curriculum fresh and engaging. So we’ve added a few new classes and retooled some others to teach a wide variety of topics.
Our new half-day iPhone photography class proved to be very popular and filled up quickly in December, so we’re doing it again in January.
For those interested in going into the photography business (or learning more about running your existing one), we’ve compressed our five-week business of photography course into two full-day sessions on Saturdays in January. It’s taught by veteran CPC teacher and photographer Warren Perlstein.
We have a retooled lighting course that teaches both studio and flash, focusing on making portraits. This seven-week class will be on Wednesday nights beginning January 14th. That will be taught by fine art photographer Peter Le Grand.
And Emmy award-winning video journalist and filmmaker (and professor at Northwestern University’s renowned Medill School) Craig Duff will offer a bootcamp in shooting video with a DSLR on January 17th.
Congratulations to Roman Bira for the winning image at the November Wine & Critique! The theme was “Rain.”
Wine & Critique will take December off for the holidays. The next session will be in January. The theme will be “The Street I Live On.” Please visit the Wine & Critique website for more, including how you can submit work for the monthly contest. Please note that to be eligible for the contest, the photographer must be present to discuss his/her work.