Instructor Brian Loflin teaches a variety of photography courses each semester at Informal Classes.
In my field we are now on the cusp of remarkable technological advances in photography, both in image capture and post processing in the computer. My goal is to get my students to learn that technology alone does not make great pictures. Cameras and computers are only tools in a larger arsenal. The main component is the gray matter between our ears. In order to make inspiring images I try to encourage students of all ages to step away from the “auto-everything” mode of technology and develop their acumen to control the camera in order to capture their vision.
Students in his upcoming class, Photography: Using Flash, will learn how to leverage the proper use of flash to improve the color, quality and impact of their images. Learn more about using your DSLR in manual mode in any of Brian’s classes - see the full list here. Using Flash starts September 13th. Register here!