5@9 High School Photo Workshop
If you ‘re in high school and you have a passion for photography, we want you to join us!
As you consider photography as a serious pursuit, a program for college, or even a career, then we highly recommend this annual workshop. In five days, you can create the memories of a lifetime and lasting friendships, all while extensively learning how to pursue your interest in photography. Through lectures, hands-on instruction, and functional projects, you will learn how f/stops, shutter speeds, depth of field, ISO standards, control of motion and lighting principles affect photo quality. Like a real professional, you will shoot on location and in studio sets, explore lighting options and compositional techniques, and even work with non-traditional processes of image making.
At the workshop, you will learn the latest in post-production digital technology through Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom, and are assured to have proficiency by the end of the week. All of this excitement and knowledge will culminate with a real photography exhibition of the work of you and your classmates!
Check out previous years’ work in the gallery drop down menu!
Digital SLR Camera
Memory Storage Card for Camera
Portable Hard Drive or Other Digital Storage (recommended, but not required)
*An advanced group is also available within this workshop for students who have previously attended or have at least two years experience.
Workshop Instructor: Christopher Broughton
Dates: June 10-14, 2013
Time: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm
Location: Cota Campus, Brooks Institute, Santa Barbara, CA
Cost: $675, includes daily catered lunch and digital prints