03 Nov Visual Anthropology (The Portrait): from Curtis to Leibovitz | March
Visual Anthropology (The Portrait): from Curtis to Leibovitz
Date | Tuesdays March 6-20, 2018
Time | 10AM – 1PM
Location | Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC)
1070 Bannock St., Denver, CO 80204
Cost | $270 Non-Member $243 Members
Instructor | Steven Begleiter
Skill Level | All Levels – need a basic understanding of their camera
This course will explore the history of portrait photography to help you understand what makes a good portrait. In addition, you will learn the techniques of how these photographs were taken to help you improve your skills as a portrait photographer. We will go over composition, posing, lighting, studio and environmental portraiture, and other aspects of creating a successful portrait.
You will be asked to create a final thematic project demonstrating your new understanding of portraiture and skills you have learned in class. Whether you just want to improve on your family photos or create a portfolio to submit to Rolling Stone this course will be a great way to start creating a body of meaningful portraits. We will also cover the basics of editing your work in Adobe Lightroom.
- DSLR Camera
- Off-camera flash
- You should also own a software editing program such as Adobe Lightroom