The purpose of this class is to inspire the students with exciting and challenging assignments, while also teaching the historic genres of photography.
Los Angeles is a massive, sprawling metropolis housing neighborhoods and communities of all shapes and sizes. In this class, students will take advantage of this melting pot of environments and turn their cameras on their neighborhoods in an effort to document their communities.
In this workshop, we discuss all the elements of what makes a good portrait and delve into the process of working with people.
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In honor of Black History, LACP is proud to produce the pop-up exhibition "Fresh As ____: Photographic Meditations from the Black Vanguard (Regarding A New Esthetic)."
This class is about finding ways to create change by photographing in an artful and empowering documentary way. At the same time, the class will demand each student learn and follow the ethics that go along with the profession of social documentary work.
The Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) is proud to produce a special evening engagement with photographer Natalie Keyssar, Visual Stories from Ukraine: A Photographer’s Account of Covering the War in Ukraine.
In this beginning workshop, students will learn all the controls and functions on their digital Single Lens Reflex (SLR) or mirrorless cameras, basic camera operation (including f-stop, shutter speed and ISO), fundamental concepts of photography, and how to control the photograph's final look.
This workshop, designed specifically for fine art photographers, focuses on developing artists’ portfolios over a six-month period of time.
Introduction to Adobe Photoshop is a core fundamental class for photographers. Using Adobe Photoshop CC, the course teaches the most important tools, composition and basic image optimization, helping students to understand the process behind simple photo correction.