If you are looking for Photography classes in Washington we have compiled a comprehensive list of courses from schools across the area. Feel free to browse these Photography classes in WA and search for schools to request information:
The Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University
What do you see when you look through the lens? Share your unique vision and creativity with the world by mastering the art and craft of photography at CDIA. The career possibilities are endless in the commercial, portrait, studio, environmental, industrial, wedding, and event photography industries. And talented, well-trained photographers can find success anywhere. Come to CDIA to develop your “eye” and build the technical skills you need to truly express your creative vision.
DP201 Photoshop II: Advanced Color Correction
This module explores in-depth use of masks on adjustment layers and introduces masking on multiple pixel-based layers with an image. Emphasis is placed on refining color correction through selections and creating more accurate masks through the use of channels. Other advanced retouching tools and techniques are introduced and put to use in preparation for creating prints on Epson inkjet printers.
DP206 Photographing Architectural Interiors
In this module students continue to refine workflow skills and visual aesthetics from previous modules in the context of a structured architectural environment. Working on location with the instructor, students learn to create expressive lighting scenarios using professional approaches to interior and architectural photography. Emphasis is placed on mastering complex lighting scenarios with strobe packs, continuous source halogen lights and Canon/ Nikon portable wireless lighting systems.
DP303 Working with Models I
This module demonstrates proper steps in planning and building a production set for a live model shoot. Topics include concept, casting, crew, preproduction, prelight, directing, shoot, edit, postproduction and delivery. Students learn various lighting formulas for basic setups and are encouraged to impose their own modifications on these formulas. The module employs disciplines from seeing and using available environments to choosing equipment, lighting, lenses and advanced postproduction composition techniques to produce high quality images in an existing location.
DP307 Wedding Photography I
This module illustrates the photographic concepts required to successfully photograph a modern wedding. Students focus on a wide range of lighting, posing and photographic styles, and address current trends and traditions in the wedding photography industry. Students learn to properly prepare and shoot using natural, portable flash and mixed lighting in varied setting, including a mock wedding with bride and groom on location. Emphasis is placed on a range of topics including camera and lens selection, flash, individual and group posing, print fulfillment, customer service and marketing.
The Art Institute of Atlanta
The Bachelor of Science degree program in Photography provides graduates the education and practical experience needed to maintain their marketability in a highly competitive industry that demands increasingly more varied skills and knowledge. The curriculum reflects the continued impact of technology on photography and imaging and prepares students for entry-level industry positions. The program meets its mission by providing students with strong technical skills and knowledge while enabling them to develop sophisticated visions representative of their unique imaging styles.
P 102 PHOTOGRAPHIC DESIGN
Students experience the primary design elements of visual communication as they apply to the photograph. Topics include image structure or composition, color theory, lighting theory, and the art of the critique.
P 208 PHOTOJOURNALISM I
This course addresses the photograph as a narrative or illustrative medium used in support of the text content of publications. Students are required to produce photographic essays and illustrations.
P 304 ADVANCED LIGHTING
Expanding on skills developed in P 201, this course emphasizes lighting products and people both in the studio and on location. Students examine the tools and techniques of color and contrast control under all lighting conditions and are challenged to produce work that is both technically and stylistically imaginative.
P 301 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATION II
This course is the culmination of the digital course sequence. Students further explore emerging technologies and the professional application of digital processes to sophisticated imagery. Advanced techniques include digital image capture, processing, printing, and presentation.