28. January 2013 11:15
Photographer and business owner Jeffrey Klug has been sharing his passion for photography since 1981, when he opened his camera store, Klug’s Photo World located in Hubertus, Wis. Starting in February, Klug will be sharing his expertise with those interested in learning more about photography. Klug will be teaching a variety of Moraine Park Technical College photography classes at the College’s West Bend campus. Students may register for one course, or take all six of them.
Each of the six courses will take place over two weeks; the first week is devoted to lecture from 7-9 p.m. Then after applying the concepts, students will come back the second week and instructor Jeffrey will critique selected photos from 6-7 p.m.
Photography is Greek to Me will cover how to shoot a simple landscape image, using the rule of thirds, incorporating a center of interest and gestalt theory. The classes for this course will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 5 (7-9 p.m.) and Tuesday Feb. 12 (6-7 p.m.)
Taking a Photo in the Blink of an Eye (Feb. 12 and Feb. 19) will cover the parts of a camera and photographing still life using different focal points. What Does Light Have to Do With It? (Feb. 19 and Feb. 26) will feature light and how artists use light to create effect and change a mood in photos. Impressive Images (Feb. 26 and March 5) will focus on shooting a subject in changing light or atmosphere.
Popular Culture and Photography (March 5 and March 12) will take a look at how popular culture has affected image making. Beyond the Image Capture (March 12 and March 26) will discuss the tools used by professional photographers in their workflow.
For more information on the classes contact Mary Anne Bauer at email@example.com or 262-335-5826. To register for any of the classes, call 1-800-472-4554.