Thursdays, February 28-May 2, 6pm-9pm
(No class April 11)
Room 110, Eiben Hall, Chaminade University
Instructor: David Ulrich
Photographic vision, concept, and craft, including camera use, post-processing, and presentation methods are all mutually dependent and influence each other. This class addresses the complex, creative relationship between the vision, ideas, and intent of the photographer with their craft—whether behind a camera or in image editing software such as Lightroom, Photoshop, or Capture One.
Through making photographs, hands-on editing sessions, discussion of camera use and capture strategies, slide shows and critiques, learn to more fully integrate your vision and ideas with your creative and technical process and make photographs that more fully express your creative intent.
Prerequisite: A basic knowledge of photography and basic familiarity with image editing software.
Please bring 6-8 jpg examples of your work to the first class
David Ulrich is a core faculty member and creative director for Pacific New Media. He is an active photographer and writer whose work has been published in numerous books and journals. Ulrich`s photographs have been exhibited internationally in over 75 exhibitions. He is the author of The Widening Stream: the Seven Stages of Creativity and Zen Camera: Creative Awakening with a Daily Practice in Photography (2018). www.creativeguide.com