Digital Image Making
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Go behind the scenes and discover the magic of digital image making – from studio to digital darkroom. Campers will kick off the week on set for a mock photo-shoot compete with all the bells and whistles that professionals use to make dreams visual realities for advertising and fine art. Guided by The Image Flow staff, campers will take their own visions from conceptualization to realization with hands on photography instruction in our 800 square foot studio as well as Photoshop editing and enhancing tutorials. Students must have access to a camera and laptop with Adobe Photoshop CS5 installed (ask us about a free, month-long, trial-version of the program). Lunch provided everyday by R.S.V.P. Catering.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: JULY 1, 2012
Stuart Schwartz: After graduating from Art Center in 1979, Stuart spent 35 years as an advertising photograher both in the US and Europe. Through extensive practice behind every format of camera and in countless shooting situations, Stuart brings invaluable knowledge and experience to his clients.
Matt Schriock: A graduate of UC Santa Cruz’s Art program (with a focus in photography), Matt grew up in parallel with personal computing and the digital age. He is our resident master of all things tech and photoshop related at the Image Flow.
Katie Tasch: Katie has Art and Art History degrees from the University of Maryland and holds an MFA in photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She is available for Photoshop assistance as well as conceptual counseling.