This studio course is designed for students concentrating in digital photography and video. Students learn to use their cameras to capture, organize and process monochrome digital images and video. The primary tools used in this course are Adobe’s Lightroom and Photoshop, and they, along with basic editing software, will be covered. Students explore techniques, materials and processes of digital output to paper and screen. Each student presents a final portfolio or video for evaluation.

Class meets all day on Wednesday, from 9AM-6PMbeginning September 10.

Lunch is included as is in-class printing.

Classes with less than 5 students are subject to cancellation.

Instructors

Ashley Craig

Ashley Elizabeth Craig is an artist and educator living in Camden, Maine.  She received a BMA in Media Arts from the University of South Carolina and an MFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, Georgia.  She has taught at the Savannah College of Art and Design, the University of South Carolina, Miami International University of Art and Design (MIUAD), Barry University and has now settled in at the Maine Media Workshops + College.

In late 2012 Ashley, along with two colleagues started a not for profit organization, named Ticka-Arts. Ticka-Arts uncovers hidden talent within the photography community and showcases their work on their website as well as physical exhibitions at rotating locations in the US and Puerto Rico.

Ashley is active in the fine art community, exhibiting nationally in Massachusetts, Florida, Oregon, South Carolina, Georgia, Texas, and California. She participates in portfolio reviewing events and both attending and giving artist lectures and guest critiques.  Ashley also works curating both graduate and undergraduate exhibitions with Universities and Colleges.  She has been an active member in SPE since 2004 and is currently serving as a Peer Review Committee member for the SPE 2015 Conference.

Course Dates

Sep 10 to Nov 12

Tuition

$799

Class Size

12