Photography means writing with light. There is basically very little difference between analogue and digital photography. Analogue photography uses a camera and a roll of light-sensitive film, whereas digital photography replaces the light-sensitive film with a sensor that records light signals on a memory card. This gives digital photography the advantage that the photographer can view, check and edit the result that has been recorded.
The course in Photography Digital teaches you how to set up a digital camera manually. You practise the technical aspects of photography, such as ISO, aperture, shutter speed, focusing, lenses and perspective, light metering and white balance. You also get tips on experimenting with compositions, movement and portraits. Finally, you will learn the basics of editing RAW files using software such as Photoshop to achieve the best possible results. By the end of the course, you'll know your camera like the back of your hand.
Schedule & enrolment
After graduating from the AKI (Academy of Arts and Industry) in Enschede, Pieter deepened his knowledge by studying the different disciplines of photography. From free work photography to photography for commercial purposes. He works with various designers, publishers and magazines. Since a few years, Pieter is also active as a teacher and has organised several workshops. Characteristic for his photography is the inspection of the image, the agitation of light and the dynamics between sharp and blunt. He possesses knowledge in analog and digital editing, both in colour and black & white.
The Open Studio: Digital Photography is open to anyone with an X subscription who has completed a Digital Photography course, at any time when an assistant is present. All you need to do is register beforehand. The assistant is there to help when needed, to give tips and advice and to ensure that all materials and equipment are used responsibly and safely.
During the Open Studio: Digital Photography you are welcome to use the computers and software, flash equipment, lighting and backgrounds. You do have to bring your own camera.
Interested in finding out what happens every weekend in the Open Studio: Fine Arts? If so, join the Facebook group.
Schedule & enrolment
|Reserve in advance, the day before from 13:00
|On Friday from 18:00 until 23:00 and on Saturday from 12:00 until 18:00