The Smart Phone Photo Class A is filled, but Smart Phone Photo Class B is exactly the same. It's just a class size management issue. Please register for the B group here.
THIS CLASS STARTS MARCH 26th
BEFORE REGISTERING PLEASE READ ALL THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY.
NO SPECIAL SOFTWARE REQUIRED
Optional fun editing apps will be covered, but won’t be required.
This is an interactive, group participation class.
Watch the trailer above.
Normally 9 lessons in 9 Weeks - during self-quarantine, but we will be doing all nine lessons in 4.5 weeks. A bonus "Photographing Your Quilt" will be added - lesson 10.
Ricky Tims leads a nine-session photo class for those who would enjoy taking photos on a smart phone photo. You will learn to take BETTER photos.
• This is group participation class.
•It is not a self-guided class, although you could do that if you wished.
•All students will get the lessons at the same time
•Review the video lesson and print a PDF.
•Take and submit—ONE PHOTO—to share with the group.
• Lessons will be posted on Sunday’s and Thursdays.
• You will receive an email notice that your new lesson is ready.
• Eight photos will be selected for critique.
• Read critiques and self-evaluate YOUR image based on the critiqued comments.
You will become a better artist and better quilter by using photography as a medium for creative exploration and artistic discovery.
You will learn to look at your world with an artistic eye.
You will learn how a camera works, so it will help you understand various situations that are excellent - and others that are problematic.
You will also learn:
An overview of composition.
To understand careful framing.
To take better selfies.
The dos and don’ts of photography
How to edit in your phone
To use special filters and apps
The entire course (9 Weeks) when compared to other online photography courses is a $250 value.
EarlyBird $84 through March 22
After March 22, $99
Deadline for enrolling is March 25th, or when the class fills, whichever is first.
Class begins Thursday, March 26, 2020
All you need is your smart phone and a connection to the internet. You won’t need a tripod, special lenses, special software, nor will you need a computer.
About the Class Format:
You will review the lesson on your own at your own convenient time. You don't have to login at a specific time to learn and watch.
TAKE A FEW PHOTOS (you don’t have to leave your house if you don’t want to
EDIT YOUR PHOTO (once editing is covered)
UPLOAD AND SHARE YOUR PHOTO WITH THE CLASS
ONLY ONE PHOTO ALLOWED PER LESSON
How does the class share images?
The lessons are presented at www.photoclassforyou.com but they are shared on a photo sharing site called Smugmug.com. Students are provided with a unique upload link each week. The images are uploaded to a gallery at Smugmug.com. You do not have to have a Smugmug account to upload images or to view the images and participate in the class and view the images. However, you will need to login to Smugmug to interact and add a comment on someone else's image. This will be explained in more detail during class.
Who Can Comment?
This is an interactive class and everyone should attempt to review the submissions of their classmates and add comments. However, in order to protect from spammers, Smugmug.com only allows comments when visitors are logged in to Smugmug (not to www.photoclassforyou.com). You can log in to Smugmug using either:
1. Your own Smugmug account (minimum $40 per year - and, I feel, worth the price)
2. Login via Facebook account
3. Login via Google account
In reality, while is is not required, all students should be associated with a photo sharing website such as Facebook, Smugmug, Flickr, Picassa, ect. Since you are only allowed to submit ONE photo to the class gallery each week, having a photo sharing site allows students to share links to a photo gallery with multiples images. This option is available via adding a link in the comment section - further explained when class begins.
How does the schedule work?
All times are based on Mountain Time (Colorado). New classes and challenges will post every Sunday and Thursday morning at 1am. Images may be uploaded anytime during the days following the lesson, but before the next lesson. This means you have three or four days to review the lesson and post an image. Please don’t post images after the deadline provided with each lesson.
TERMS OF SERVICE:
PERMISSION BY THE PHOTOGRAPHER/STUDENT FOR ALL OF THEIR SUBMITTED IMAGES IS AUTOMATICALLY GRANTED TO RICKY TIMS TO BE USED IN A MEMORY BOOK AND OTHER PROMOTIONS (ONLINE, PRINT, or VIDEO) AS THEY RELATED TO PHOTOCLASSFORYOU.COM.
What is my commitment?
It is estimated that you will need about 1-2 hours for each lesson. At first you may find you spend about 2-3 hours to become comfortable with the class format.
What Happens to These Lessons in the Future?
You will forever be able to login and access the lessons and videos associated with your purchased classes. If you find you have to take a break from the challenges, but would like to review these on your own in the future, they will always be there for you to login and access under your My Classes tab. The My Classes tab only appears when you are logged in to www.photoclassforyou.com.
|11 video lessons
|10 lesson downloads