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Intro to Photography
Beginning & Intermediate

Ages:  10-14


This photography class is open to both new and continuing students.  Each week we will look at different aspects of photographic practice, and spend part of the class practicing taking pictures on the Huck premises.

This SPRING session we will cover the following subjects:

Portraiture

Still life

Landscape

Trees and Flowers

Shadows and Reflections

Animals

Abstraction

Action

Documentary

Street photography

We continue to learn about light, composition, scale, angle, candid 

or posed, black & white and color.

 

In the first half-hour we review what the learners shot at home during  the week before class. In the second half-hour I present my own work in the genre we're  discussing, or bring books or magazines with examples of accomplished work, or I introduce a  guest photographer that shows her or his work  and answers questions.

In the last 30-45 minutes,  the students are outside shooting pictures on  their own with my suggestions or comments on their progress.

 

 

 

This winter session we will cover the following subjects:

Introductory Overview; Light, Composition, Design & Genres

Portraiture

Environments

Landscape

Flowers and Trees

Shadows and Reflections

Action & Sports

Still Life

Abstraction

Documentary

Travel

Like so many disciplines, photography skills increase with practice.  Students that have taken this or other Photography classes are encouraged to take this class and improve their skills through repetition and feedback!

Stuart Frolick earned a B.A. degree in Philosophy at Ithaca College where he had his first experience teaching as a T.A. He taught philosophy at the Community School of Herricks High School and taught Illustration at ArtCenter College of Design, where he was vice president–creative director. At California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) Frolick was director–editorial services (2005-2020.)
Throughout his career Frolick has also maintained a studio art practice in photography, collage, and gestural drawing. His visual work has appeared in Idea magazine, American Illustration, and Black & White and Color magazine. His written profiles of other creative professionals were published in Graphis and Black & White magazine for which he is a contributing editor. Frolick is the father of three children, all of whom created sketchbooks and photographs with him when they were young.

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Stuart Frolick

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