Introduction to Travel Photography
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March 2 – April 20, 2017
Thursdays 5:30 - 7:00
@ the Stillwater Public Library
Instructor: Jason Wallace
List of topics by week
Week 1: First day: Everything is new! How to see in a world of sensory overload.
Week 2: The camera and its fellow gadget friends.
Week 3: Spring break, no class
Week 4: Photographing nouns: People, Places, Things…
Week 5: Photographing ideas: How to shoot the invisible.
Week 6: Photo development. It’s like cooking; you need good ingredients.
Week 7: You’ve got a bunch of photos! Now what?
Week 8: Recap, class discussion
Course Information and Prerequisites
Prerequisites: An interest in photography.
Recommended Equipment: A cell phone camera, point and shoot camera, or DSLR will be helpful for practicing techniques learned in class.
Course Outline: This course will help students learn to take travel photographs – close to home or in distant places.
Recommended: For adults and those 14 & up
Registration fee: $89 through 5 PM on Feb 18th, 2017, $109 after
This course is non-credit and open to the general public.
Mode/Style of Teaching: This is a visual and technical artistic medium. Class attendance is highly recommended. The course will make extensive use of slideshows and in-person demonstrations.
Exams and Major Assignments: This is a noncredit course, so no quizzes or tests. Grades will not be assigned. It is expected that you will actively participate in the class dialogues.
About The Instructor
Jason Wallace is a fine art photographer from Stillwater, Oklahoma. He holds a BFA in Studio Art from Oklahoma State University. Since 2008, he has offered his fine art prints at over 70 art festivals, and won over a dozen awards. In addition to his fine art work, he also photographs commercially for real estate, construction, and design companies around Oklahoma. He travels to Italy frequently. To view some of Jason’s work, please visit his website: jwallacephoto.com
Recommended Textbook: Within the Frame: The Journey of Photographic Vision (2nd editon) by David duChemin. ISBN: 978-0134288628
Drop/Refund Policy: In the event you cannot attend the course, a 100% refund is available through 8 a.m. on the Monday of the week prior to class start date. A 50% refund is available through Friday at 5 p.m. No refund on class day. Email or call for more information on dropping and adding non-credit classes offered through OSU Arts & Sciences Outreach.
If you have any disabilities and you need accommodation please contact Student Disability Services at 405.744.7116.