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Digital Photography: Seeing Like a Camera
Instructor: David Wells
Monday - Friday 9am – 4pm* | June 29 - July 3

Learn the best techniques to ‘see like a camera’ through a series of shooting, editing and critiquing exercises. This skill set proves the difference between a “lucky shot” and the consistent images of a pro. Learn what makes images that inspire us to go to that place, eat that food, or join that experience. Photographing on location in the North Shore and Boston, we will also better our understanding of available light, from daylight, shadow, night and twilight conditions.This is a lecture/shooting class for beginners and intermediates.

*About Course Hours: David Wells is an exceptional instructor, and to that end, he incorporates additional shoots in the early morning (6:30am / 7am) and evening hours (think sunset - 8pm). Students should come prepared to put in additional hours to get the most out of this fantastic class!

Click here to download a more extensive description.

Prerequisite: none required; camera required (see below)

 

About David: David Wells is a freelance photographer and photo educator based in Providence, Rhode Island and affiliated with Aurora Photos. His work has exhibited broadly at institutions including Brown University, Harvard University, and the Visa pour l'Image Festival in Perpignan, France. He has taught classes widely, and was featured in Photo District News as one of 'The Best Workshop Instructors.' His photo-essays have been funded by Nikon/NPPA, the MacArthur Foundation, the Alicia Patterson Foundation and the Fulbright Foundation. His project on the pesticide poisoning of California farm workers was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize by the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Pricing

Tuition:

- $795 full tuition
- $715 Early Bird Deal (register before April 10)
- $715 alumni, seniors & educators

Materials:
Students are required to have a digital SLR camera and/or a sophisticated point and shoot with manual settings mode.

Rolling Admission- just $250 deposit due at time of registration.

Housing:

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$500 single occupancy | $450 Early Bird* (5 night stay); $50 additional nights

- $375 double occupancy | $335 Early Bird*(5 night stay); $25 additional nights

*Early Bird Housing Discount: receive 10% off the typical 5 night stay if booked by April 10! Just $75 deposit due at time of booking. Discount will be applied after booking. Contact us with questions.

 

Registration

contact
For questions, please contact the Continuing Education Office at 978.921.4242 x 1202 or email ce@montserrat.edu

 

 

 






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