iPhone Photography

Teacher: Caroline Savage  

Ages: Adult
Fee: $40 ($45 non-members)
Materials Fee: $10
3 Wednesdays
Sept. 13, 20, 27
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Your iPhone can do a lot more then make calls and send text messages; it is a fun and versatile camera. In this workshop, you’ll start by learning the fundamentals of the iphone camera, understanding the essentials of photography —light and composition and finding your story. We could possibly investigate iMovie. 

You’ll have time for hands-on shooting, experiment with photo editing apps, including apps that can mimic a wide array of films and photographic processes. You’ll also learn how  to share and save your images most effectively, and various printing options.
Students are should have an iPhone 5/5s or later and an Instagram account.
Materials to Bring:
Late-model iPhone (iPhone 5, iPhone 6, 6+, 6S, 7)
Charging cords and plugin bricks/or external batteries will be needed for field trips
Be prepared to download from 1-3 apps for use during the class. (More closer to class start)
We will print images during the last class

Caroline Savage looks and travels to investigate, explore traces of movements, flowing sequences of light in space, energy shifting at each juncture. Caroline holds 2 degrees from the San Francisco Art Institute | M.F.A., Film | B.F.A., Photography Harpur College, SUNY Binghamton, NY | B.A., Art History Fellowship in Media Arts, PA Council on the Arts, 2006.

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Fundamentals of Photography

Teacher: Guy Freeman
Ages: 12 – Adult
Fee:  $80 ($90 non-members)
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
6 Mondays
Section A: Sept. 11, 18, 25; Oct. 2, 9
Section B: Oct. 30; Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27; Dec. 4
Section C: Jan. 8, [skip MLK Day] 22, 29, 31; Feb. 5, 12

This is a course created for beginning and intermediate photographers. Digital components, camera functions common to most photographic instruments, exposure, depth of field, composition, and solutions to typical camera challenges will be discussed in the fun and energetic class. Small weekly projects will be assigned to help students understand the class concepts through their own explorations.

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.

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Advanced Photography

Teacher: Guy Freeman
Ages: 12 – Adult
Fee:  $80 ($90 non-members)
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
6 Tuesdays
Section A: Oct. 24, 31; Nov. 7, 14, 21, 27
Section B: January 9, 16, 23, 30; Feb. 6, 13

This class serves as another step on the journey. It continues to engage students in a variety of photographic topics with a focus on students’ individual growth as photographers. This class will cover some of the more creative aspects of photographic work. Weekly projects will be assigned to help students achieve a greater potential through a wider understanding of photographic possibilities.

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.

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Creative Topics in Photographic Thinking

Teacher: Guy Freeman

Ages: 12 – Adult
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
6 Wednesdays
Nov. 1, 8, 15, [Skip 22], 29; Dec. 6, 13
Fee:  $80 ($90 non-members)

This class is about creating artwork with a different mindset about photography. We will explore a variety of alternatives to conventional digital image production including disposable cameras, cell phones, sun printing, and the use of scanners. This class challenges the new normal, pushing boundaries.  Think of it as developing a toolkit to get beyond the points of stability and comfort in your work.

Prerequisite: Students must have access to a laptop computer and the Adobe Photoshop program.

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

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CALC Refund Policy for Art Classes

Carlisle Arts Learning Center does not provide a cash refund for cancellation of art classes, unless the class is cancelled by CALC. If the student cancels with a notice of at least 30 days prior to the start of the class a gift certi cate will be issued for 100% of the class fee. If the student cancels with less than 30 days prior notice a gift certi cate will be issued for 90% of the class value.