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The Professional Photography Program will provide you with comprehensive experience in all aspects of photography. From photo editing and management to lighting and studio work, students in the program learn the techniques and strategies of a professional photographer. In addition to the technical skills, you will learn how to manage the business aspects of a career in photography.




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Graduates often establish their own business in areas such as portraiture, advertising, architecture, fashion and events photography. Some also find employment as assistants, still- and moving-image editors and production managers for established businesses.


You'll explore a broad overview of the basics of digital photography, including equipment, software, and practical uses. We'll discuss different types of digital cameras, from phones and tablets to digital SLRs, all of which offer a wide array of photographic options. We'll also help you decide what type of equipment fits your needs and provide you with hands-on exercises that let you explore the areas that interest you.


You'll start out by learning about the many features and controls of your DSLR and look at the lenses you need for the kind of photography you enjoy. Next, we'll explore exposure controls. You'll learn about metering, exposure compensation, managing aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. You'll find out how to use these features to get the right exposure for every shot.


We'll then turn our attention to flash photography, managing camera controls, photo files, and even working in manual mode. With these skills, you'll be able to take your photography to the next level. Finally, the course explores high dynamic range photos and how to master those difficult and tricky exposure situations.


Through the expertise of its skilled teachers, who are talented professional photographers themselves, this full-time, tuition-free, two-year program equips its students with valuable knowledge in countless areas of photography. Bonus: As these are evening courses, you can still maintain your job while pursuing your studies.


Dawson's Commercial Photography Program allows you to discover your own area of expertise by exploring a variety of aspects such as advertising and editorial illustration, portraiture, catalogue photography, architectural photography, fashion photography, and industrial photography. Post-production techniques will help you bring your images to a truly professional level.


Next to the high-speed handpiece, the digital SLR camera could be considered one of the most productive pieces of equipment in a dental office. The goal of this course is to enable the general dentist to implement high-quality digital photography into their practice. Stop wasting time on clever analogies to help patients understand their condition and simply take a picture. A patient cannot want what they cannot see, and a simple photo could open the floodgates of potential treatment. But why is it so often underutilized? Do you struggle with achieving a consistent standardized photo? If so, this course is designed to ease some of those frustrations while bringing back enjoyment in taking a good photo and gaining better production. High quality digital dental photography will help increase case acceptance, promote good laboratory communication and develop your esthetic dentistry portfolio.


Los Angeles based, Dawson studied photography at Brooks Institute and found himself shooting for the music and entertainment industries after a short stint as an assistant. One of his passions had been landscapes, and, when he started to show this work to potential clients, they suggested these landscapes would make very convincing backdrops for cars shot on the road. So in 2007, Dawson began shooting cars for editorial and advertising clients, while using his continually growing library of backdrops to lend these shots a defining atmosphere.


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Charles Daniel Dawson is a photographer, curator, arts administrator, consultant, filmmaker, and scholar based in New York City. Dawson has exhibited work in over 35 shows and is an early member of the Kamoinge Workshop, an African American photography collective based in Harlem, New York. Dawson has served as Director of Special Projects at the Caribbean Cultural Center, the Program Manager at the American Museum of Natural History, the Curator of Photography, Film and Video at the Studio Museum in Harlem, and the Curatorial Consultant and Director of Education at the Museum for African Art. Dawson has also given lectures at Columbia University, Princeton University, the University of California-Berkeley, the New School for Social Research, the Federal University of Bahia and Rio de Janeiro-Brazil, among many others. Additionally, he has taught seminars on African Spirituality in the Americas at Columbia University, the University of Iowa, New York University and Yale University.


Hồng-Ân Trương is an artist who uses photography, video, and sound to explore immigrant, refugee, and decolonial narratives and subjectivities. Her work has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions at the International Center for Photography (NY), Art in General (NY), Fundación PROA (Buenos Aires), Istanbul Modern (Istanbul, Turkey), Smack Mellon (NY), the Nasher Museum of Art (Durham, NC), The Kitchen (NY), Nhà Sàn (Hanoi), the Irish Museum of Modern Art (Dublin, Ireland), Southeast Center for Contemporary Art (Winston-Salem, NC), EFA Project Space (NY), Leslie Tonkonow Gallery (NY), the Rubber Factory (NY), the Phillips Collection (Washington D.C.) and the Minneapolis Institute of Art, among many others. She was included in the New Orleans triennial Prospect.4: The Lotus in Spite of the Swamp in 2017-2018.


Séan learned photography formally; however, unlike most photographers, he developed his craft in order to fulfill his visual ideas, not as an accompanying aspect of learning photographic technique. He began taking photos at seven years old with a borrowed family camera. At nine, he started using a 110mm disposable camera, but was quickly dissatisfied with his images, which he felt were washed out. This was especially problematic since, even at that early age, Séan was interested in the visual quality of black skin. At ten, this aspiration for an improved image led to the purchase of better equipment and the desire to learn darkroom technique so as to control the process.


Throughout the late 1950s Draper worked as a medical clerkwhile studying at the New York Institute of Photography. He dropped outrealizing he could learn the same information through magazines like Modern Photography. In 1958 Draper enrolledin a photography workshop led by Harold Feinstein, where he met professionalphotographers like David Vestal and Herb Randall. Draper also worked as anassistant to studio photographers Larence Shustak and John Rawlings.


In 1967 he began teaching a class in photographic techniques at Central Brooklyn Neighborhood College, which was supported by the Pratt Institute Center for Community Improvement. He left the program in 1969 but returned to Pratt in 1974 to teach a college-level photography course for design students. Draper joined the staff of the Multi-Media Project at Intermediate School 201 in the Bronx in 1971 where Herb Randall, Calvin Wilson, and Ray Francis also served as photographers and teachers. He also worked with the Photography for Rehabilitation program at the New York State Division for Youth in 1974.


From 1978 to 1982 Draper taught and coordinated photography courses for schools in New Jersey, through the Creative Resources Institute. Afterward, he began teaching photography for Mercer County Community College in Trenton. Draper finally received his bachelor of arts degree from Thomas A. Edison State College in 1987. He participated in organizations like the Trenton Artists Workshop Association (TAWA) and was an artist in residence at Light Work in Syracuse, New York, where he printed his series New Jersey Artists, which included portraits of painters Hughie Lee-Smith and Bernarda Bryson Shahn, among others.


The RPS AGM 2022, The Photographer's Journey, has been designed with you, our members, in mind. The programme has been put together by a fantastic team of volunteers and will take you through the many different areas of the RPS, and demonstrate all we can do to help take your photography forwards.


At the RPS, we want everyone to enjoy photography irrespective of your age or technical ability. Whether you use a smartphone camera, or have an arsenal of sophisticated equipment, we can help you develop your practical and creative photography skills.


We start by meeting a very talented and exciting photographer, Lucinda Grange, an award-winning adventure photographer, currently based between New York City, Zurich and North-East England. Lucinda literally takes photography to a whole new level - she has travelled the world, scaling some of the tallest and most iconic structures and buildings. The resulting incredible imagery inspires us to think outside the box when it comes to our images, and we can't wait for you to hear from her.


Mr. Imara V. Dawson is the Managing Director and Chief Administrator of the International Institute (II) at the University of Michigan. The II houses 17 centers and programs focused on specific world regions and global themes. The International Institute also houses four undergraduate majors and eight minors and a Masters in International and Regional Studies. Mr. Dawson manages the daily operations of the International Institute, including: developing short- and long-term planning for the business affairs of the institute; negotiating and implementing all human resources actions regarding hiring, terminations, salary, and disciplinary actions; exercising broad fiscal and administrative responsibility for the institute; facilitating the research initiatives of faculty and staff; recruiting, training, and supervising administrative staff for the institute; and supervising a large staff of exempt and non-exempt employees. 041b061a72


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