Teacher: Guy Freeman
Ages: 16 – Adult
Time: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Section A: Oct. 24, 31; Nov. 7, 14, 28; Dec. 5
Section B: Jan. 9, 16, 23, 30; Feb. 6, 13
Fee: $80 ($90 non-member)
This class is conceived as a stepping stone to the Advanced Class. By continuing to use the camera, technical concepts will be reinforced. Students learn by doing. The class provides a forum for this exploration. However, the goal is to begin to think about what makes a successful photograph. Think of it as developing a toolkit to get beyond the points of stability and comfort in your work. As with the Fundamentals Class, weekly assignments will be given to help students acquire greater confidence with the camera.
[Prerequisite: Fundamentals Class or permission of the instructor]
Guy Freeman, has worked as a professional photographer for more than thirty-two years. Alongside his commercial experience serving the corporate and industrial markets, he’s always maintained a vibrant interest in the Fine Art side of the medium. Photography has been his life. As it is with many photographers, his commercial work has coexisted with and supported his personal work. He has been teaching photography at CALC since 1999 and his work has been included in the Art of the State show at the State Museum in Harrisburg.