Oil Painting Made Simple Synopsis: In this course you will learn how to prepare your canvas, frame your subject, and get hands on practice using tools unique to oil painting. At the end of the class you will have learned basic oil painting techniques that will inspire you to continue exploring the joys of oil painting on your own. Supply list: Brushes: Flat ½”, round ½”'', ¾”', filbert 1'', large gesso brush, Gesso: Small bottle Canvas/Panel/Bristol Board Paper: (suggested size) 8''x 10'', 11''x 14'' panel, 9'' X 12'' Paint: French Marine Blue, Mars Black, Titanium White, Yellow Ocher, and Terra Rose Windsor Newton or the equivalent.
Photography Synopsis: Introduces students to the basics of composition and camera settings and provides an understanding of digital photo-editing for the purpose of creating successful landscape, portrait, montage and other photographic forms. And explores the boundaries of digital photography to begin to include a more personal practice while placing work within a historical, social and cultural context. Introduces critical skills necessary to expand perceptual and visual cultural awareness by using a broad range of intermediate digital processes and concepts. Requires access to a camera with manual exposure controls. Preferred equipment: DSLR or mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (but not required). Tripod with Arca-Swiss type head and camera plate (but not required) or any good tripod with a quick release. Class will meet as a general class in person or online live, then individual instruction via the net. This will not be a class in Lightroom or Photoshop but we may review other software for image processing. Additional classes will be consider if there is an interest, contact us if you would like to set up a class in your area.
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