Photography Class

This class is designed for students interested in learning about photography or practicing their passion for photography. This class includes instruction on basic photographic technique, 100 days of practice lessons, a section on wildlife photography, portraits, action photography, close-up photography, art and abstract photography and much more. At the end of this course there is an online exhibit of student work with awards.

All student work is critiqued by the instructor in the forum.

This class includes 9-weeks of video sessions where students work through the material together. However, students can also work at their own pace.

 

Future photography classes are included in the price so your student can “pop into” the classroom any time in the future after they finish the class and meet other students. Enrolled students remain a member of the class and the student chat room for life.

Instructor Kristie Burns was a photo-journalist in Chicago for three years covering presidential elections and protests at the time. Later she was a photo-journalist in The Middle East for 16-years and has exhibited photos on the “Women of Egypt” as well as covering treks through the desert with nomads, street life in Cairo and tourism in Syria, Jordan and Egypt. Her work has been published internationally including Lonely Planet Guides (Egypt 1986-1996 editions) and even a Hollywood movie (the original Stargate). Kristie is currently working on a photo documentary called Earthschooling365.

The RECORDED VERSION of this class is included in the High School Curriculum Package. However, if the student would like to experience personal teacher feedback and evaluations they will need to pay an upgrade fee as live classes and tutoring are not included in the high school curriculum package.

Current Earthschooling high school students can pay the upgrade fee of $50.00 HERE.

New students can register using the button below…

 

Old Price: $175.00

Price: $150.00

You save: $25.00

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