The Art Academy – London

New Digital Evening Classes Starting in January

November 24th, 2014  |  Published in Evening Course News, News

We are delighted to announce a new addition to our extremely popular Evening Classes.  We now have a Digital SLR Photography for Beginners and Photoshop for Artists course starting Monday evenings in January.  These great value courses will give students the chance to develop a new side of their practice with the Academy.  The courses run on Mondays for sessions of 5 weeks and run from 6.30-9pm.

Digital SLR Photography for Beginners

Course Code: EC1402098
Tutor: Levin Haegele
Dates: Mondays, 19th January – 16th February 2015
Weeks: 5
Times: 6.30 – 9.00pm
Experience Level: Beginner
Fee: £120

This course gives students with their own Digital SLR the chance to learn how to properly use it over 5 weeks.  Your experienced tutor will guide you step by step through the functions on your individual camera model.  Students will learn about Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, File types and everything else you need to get a quality exposure in a variety of environments.  The course is designed so that students can learn about the technical nature of photography as well as pursuing their own interest in subject matter.  If you have found it frustrating trying to get the most out of your Digital SLR this great value course is the solution you have been after.

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Photoshop for Artists

Course Code: EC1402099
Tutor: Levin Haegele
Dates: Mondays, 23rd February – 23rd March 2015
Weeks: 5
Times: 6.30 – 9.00pm
Experience Level: Beginner
Fee: £120

Photoshop has become one of the most integral tools for the development of any contemporary art practice. Whether you are a photographer retouching photographs, a painter working out compositions or a sculptor editing photos of your work, the seemingly endless potential of this software can improve your artistic production. Your experienced tutor will guide you step by step through the basics of Photoshop including Layers, Masks, Colour Balancing and Flaw Correction. The course is designed so that students can learn technical skills in the software whilst also working on projects relevant to their interests.

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