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College of Imaging Arts & Sciences
Non-Credit Bearing Photography & Imaging Courses

Courses

Click on the names of the following currently offered courses to view details.

High School Teacher Workshop (May 17, 2019)

Overview:

This workshop is dedicated to making a photo book in one day. Participants bring a number of images that will end up being a finished book. Hard copies can be ordered from several different print-on-demand web presses. The goal of this class is to have high school teachers leave with the skills to teach their own lesson in the creation of a photo book.

Program fee:

Free Registration

 

 

Color Managed Workflow(June 18-20, 2019)

Overview

Participants will receive the hands-on and practical instruction necessary for setting up and utilizing a color-managed workflow integral to managing files from capture to final output. The school’s state-of-the-art equipment and facilities will be used for hands-on experiences with personal files. Participants gain broad and extensive knowledge of contemporary practices for workflow and required steps to achieve greater control of practices leading to desired outcomes.

Workshop total fee: $500

 

 

Digital Photography for High School Students (July 8-12, 2019)

Overview:

Each day during the weeklong workshop, offered since 2015, high school students receive a lecture on a range of topics such as light, contrast, color, direction, and other elements. Following the lectures, students are sent around campus to make effective and interesting photographs where the subject of the lecture plays an important role in the image.

Program fee:

$400 before May 1, 2019

$450 after May 1, 2019

 

 

Photojournalism Workshop for High School Students (July 15-19, 2019)

Overview

The hands-on photojournalism workshop is designed for high school students who have a strong desire to transform their pictures from simple snapshots into effective and interesting storytelling photographs. Students will spend five intense days of instruction using RIT’s state-of-the-art facilities. The workshop includes multiple shooting field trips, group critiques, and one-on-one sessions with faculty culminating in the production of a book highlighting students’ work produced during the week.

Program fee:

$400 before May 1, 2019

$450 after May 1, 2019

 

 

Three Day Tune Up for Visual Artists (July 31 - August 2, 2019)

Overview:

This workshop has been created for visual artists who work digitally but sometimes feel confused about how to accomplish a specific outcome or need to learn about updates and trends. It will present the latest thinking about digital photography, best practices, and workflow solutions. It will overview the process of planning for output, including image capture, archiving and everything in between. Participants will work with the latest Adobe Lightroom, Camera Raw and Photoshop products needed to optimize workflow and imaging outcomes.

Program fee:

$600