Digital Photography for the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced
Nicholas Hellmuth, PhD, Visiting Professor, VCT, College of Technology, Bowling Green State University of Ohio

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Digital Photography Course for the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced

 


The world of photography is rapidly moving into the digital realm. Are you ready for that transformation from the traditions of film to digital media?
Do you understand the benefits and pitfalls of this revolution?

Prepare yourself for that transition and understand the cost and time benefits of the switch to digital. Develop your career with an in-depth examination of the develop-ment of digital cameras and the changes required of the traditional photographer in the different environ-ments of commercial photography, museum and archival photography, and even the serious individual photographer.
Additional emphasis will be made on the best equipment and techniques for impressive large format print output. The course will examine the hardware, software, and techniques required for fine art Giclee printing for optimal gallery quality output. Discussions will include how digital photography can save you and your organization time and money.

The Digital Photography course will help you understand the adjustments photographers must make when switching to digital imaging. Both professional and consumer digital cameras will be discussed in detail. Specialized photographic techniques and equipment will be covered at length for:

  • Commercial and industrial photography
  • Portrait photography
  • Panorama photography
  • Nature and Landscape photography
  • Museum and archeology photography including digital rollouts
  • Archivist photography
  • Studio lighting equipment for digital
  • Overview of color management
  • Discussion of options for digital output

As part of the course you will have access to extensive information on the latest developments through evaluations developed from the extensive personal experience of Dr. Nicholas Hellmuth, trade show events, end user feedback.


We have divided the course into two parts so you can try the first part without having to commit to the second level. You can, at any time, opt to continue with the second level and still get the discount.

All the info is in the Abstracts and Syllabus. You can take the course from the comfort of your home anywhere in the world via the Internet.


Training programs in digital photography by FLAAR
Introduction to Intermediate Digital Photography
February - May 2005
Introductory to intermediate
Taught in via Internet / Lecture in English
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Course material will all be in English; however you can correspond en español oder auf Deutsch

 
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.. Tradeshows
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