This online class is designed for students seeking to develop and refine both their technical and artistic and skills in digital photography Through a series of weekly thematic assignments, slide shows, group feedback sessions and technical seminars, you will work towards the completion of a series of images or body of work with the support of your instructor and peers.
Assignments and projects will differ from term to term to accommodate students who would like to continue to develop their photography skills throughout the year. This class is appropriate for both advanced and intermediate photography students. While Digital Photography for Beginners is not a prerequisite, it is recommended.
Any camera capable of full manual control* *Mobile phone cameras are welcome. Recommendations for manual control apps will be discussed in the first class.
A tripod or other support suitable for the weight of your camera
A small notebook and pencil for recording notes for future use
Note: We will be using various pieces of free image editing software for the class (no purchase necessary).
To participate in one of our virtual classes, you will require the following: A computer (laptop or desktop, with an internal microphone and camera) OR a newer model iPad, Tablet, iPhone or Smart Phone. Please make sure that you have hands-free capability, using a stand or tripod A stable WIFI connection The Zoom application (free when you sign up) Materials for the class that you registered for (see individual material lists provided for each class) A quiet work area for creating and participating in your class
More details found here: https://avenueroadartsschool.com/online-policies/#neededonline
Jennifer Chin is a professional visual artist and educator. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree (Hons. M.F.A.) from the University of Windsor and an Associate’s Diploma (Hons. A.O.C.A.D.) from the Ontario College of Art and Design. She has exhibited her multimedia works across Canada and internationally and has lead numerous adult and youth focused, community arts programs with a variety of organizations such as: Vibe Arts and The Royal Ontario Museum; The Art Gallery of Algoma; The City of Toronto’s Cultural Services Department and Canon Canada. To learn more about her practice visit jenniferchin.ca.
“I am so happy with my photography course, thank you. I have signed up for the next one to come with Jen.” - Sue Folinsbee