Editing & Sequencing: How to Highlight Your Best PicturesCourse Code: 21MCEMA205
Dates: August 8-15, 2021
Meets: Su and Sa from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM ET
Location: Online Zoom Classroom
Summer Tuition: $445
Two of the hardest yet most important skills a photographer needs to master are editing and sequencing. Choosing the best pictures and placing them in an effective and compelling order are difficult yet extremely rewarding tasks when performed properly. In this class, students explore and practice the methodologies of systematically selecting and organizing their images. Topics include the editing process, editing software tools, sequencing principals, preparing images for release, and archiving work. Students are expected to bring existing imagery to organize and edit through assignments in class, participate in class discussions, and present their work for critique. This course is limited to 10 students.
Note: It is recommended that students have Adobe Lightroom.
Prerequisite: Intermediate: You are familiar with a camera, whether film or digital. You understand aperture, shutter speed, exposure, white balance, histograms, and how to control focus. You are comfortable editing and processing your images. You may want to learn how to utilize your camera in a more thoughtful and articulate way, or learn more about lighting or how to utilize theoretical concepts in relation to your portfolio of work.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Summer Tuition||$ 445.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||Full Time Benefits||$ 0.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||Full Time Electives||$ 0.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||$ 0.00|
Online Zoom Classroom
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|08/08/2021||Sunday||10 AM to 2 PM||Online Zoom Classroom|
|08/14/2021||Saturday||10 AM to 2 PM||Online Zoom Classroom|
|08/15/2021||Sunday||10 AM to 2 PM||Online Zoom Classroom|
For the first day of class students should prepare a large set of pictures (a personal project, a trip you took, your street photography, portfolio candidates, etc) to edit and sequence. It would be helpful if you organize the pictures in folders easily to be accessed. RAW files are preferable, but if you wish to prepare also the processed JPGs/TIFFs, you should place them in separate folders from the source files.