Feb. 1 – Mar. 21 10
a.m. to Noon Beginner Photography
Mar. 5 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (with working lunch) Writing in
Response to the Image
Apr. 4 – May 23 10
a.m. to noon Intermediate Photography
Apr. 16 10 a.m. to noon – How I Edit My Photos
May 21 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Beginner Photography teaches use of the camera and techniques for
more creative photographs. Intermediate
Photography moves beyond beginner to explore projects, learn to critique,
and experiment with more creative techniques to step into showing work publicly
or just in your home. iPhone class
helps the iPhone user create fine art photographs all on the phone. No computer
use involved. How I Edit My Photos is a lecture to show the process involved as I choose how to edit each image. Writing in Response to the Image boosts
creativity and helps the photographer develop prose inspired by the photographs
Email me (see Contact Donna on the menu) for details and to reserve your spot. Group classes are limited to 4 to allow
individual attention. Private class times are limited and flexible to fit
schedules; if we need to skip a week – we can. Class schedule is subject to
change. Gift certificates are available. Single private sessions are available
for portfolio review or to concentrate on a specific need.
Donna Rosser is a fine art
photographer with an extensive exhibit history. Her work has been shown in many
national exhibits and in London at Chris Beetles Fine Photographs. Rosser’s
images are in the permanent collection at The Center for Fine Art Photography
and have been in the Denver Airport and Washington DC Metro. She currently has
two images in the ‘Picturing Georgia’ exhibit at Hartsfield-Jackson
International Airport. Rosser holds a certificate in Creative Writing,
Nonfiction from UCLA.
The photo below was taken by Carol Carver during a recent workshop on iPhone photography.