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Title:  The Art of Photography

Description:
You know about meters and F/stops, now you want to know more. Explore the possibilities for photography, learn what master photographers do and how while gaining an understanding of the aesthetics and design principles of photography. You will share your work and have the opportunely to learn from your classmates and the teacher. Plan to complete five assignments and one Sunday field trip.

During this workshop you'll see slides of master works from the history of photography including Henri Carter-Bresson; Ernst Haas; Edward Weston and Eliot Porter. The Sunday field trip can be worked in anytime during the course to fit the groups schedule. We will go to an area in or near San Angelo to photograph. Students will provide their own transposition and meet at a spot we all agree on for the field work.

Prerequisites:
Digital SLR camera with lens is recommended. If you do not have a digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera any film camera with interchangeable lens may be used by photographing with color negative film and then have a CD made of your scanned film images. Either way you will get the images you want ready for class on a USB flash drive. You need an understanding of the fundamentals of digital photography to take this course, or a portfolio of work that demonstrates your ability to complete the assignments.

Instructor:
Byron Rogers majored in photography at Sam Houston State University; he minored in philosophy and sculpture. He also studied with nationally-known photographer Paul Caponigro at the Ansel Adams Gallery Workshops and with photographer George Krause. He has works in Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth; Incarnate Word Generalate, San Antonio and many private collections. He has won numerous local, regional and national awards for his photographs and has over 10 years of photography teaching experience.
Fee: $126 (21 hours)

Thursdays, 2/19 - 4/16, 2009 (skipping 3/19), Six weeks

Photography Books -- Photography Magazines -- Photography Videos


Title:  Have Camera Will Travel

Description:
Traveling with your camera enables you to bring home the memories of your experience in photos that you can enjoy again and again. Take better pictures the next time you travel by learning why color usually works best to convey feelings of place and atmosphere, how to handle lighting problems such as dark interiors, and how to turn bad weather to your favor. Bring you camera, if you wish and up to 10 digital images or prints from your past travel photography.

During this workshop you'll see slides of master works from the history of photography including Henri Carter-Bresson; Byron’s images from multiple trips to Mexico and Washington, D.C.

Prerequisites:
No prior knowledge of photography is needed, but any previous photography training will be helpful. Any good film or digital camera with lens will work. This is a workshop style photography course. There are no assignments in this course.

Instructor:
Byron Rogers -
Byron’s international travels have taken him to Mexico, Canada, Japan and Ireland. Byron's United States travels have taken him to 25 states. He studied photography at the SHSU Mexican Field School in Puebla, Mexico. He also studied with photographer Paul Caponigro at the Ansel Adams Gallery Workshops. He has won several local, regional and national awards for his photographs. He has over 10 years of photography teaching experience. Fee: $49 (9 hours)

Mondays, 4/6 - 4/20, 2009, Three weeks


Title:  Contemporary Stone Sculpture

Description:
Explore the third dimension during this introductory sculpture course. Participants can learn the basic aspects of stone carving using the subtractive process. By focusing on shapes and forms, you can apply concepts and techniques as you carve and polish either a piece of alabaster, limestone, soapstone, or marble. All you need are an 8” or 10” four-in-one rasp, sandpaper, a stone, and the desire to experiment. No prior knowledge of sculpture or carving is needed, although any art training is helpful.

During this workshop you'll see slides of master works from the history of sculpture including Henry Moore; Constantin Brancusi; Jean Arp; Isamu Noguchi; Barbara Hepworth and more.

Instructor:
Byron Rogers studied with nationally-known sculptor Charles Pebworth and has more than five years of stone sculpture teaching experience. He has won several regional awards for his sculpture. Class does not meet March 16. Fee: $126 (Supplies required) (21 hours)

Mondays, 2/9 - 3/30, 2009 (skipping 3/16), Seven weeks

Sculpture Books              Sculpture Supplies


To sign up for above courses contact:

Angelo State University Extended Studies
ASU Station #11022
San Angelo, Texas 76909-1022
325-942-2339
USA


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