The Art of Seeing with a Camera: Cultivating Your Vision • PHDU172A46

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Class Name :

The Art of Seeing with a Camera: Cultivating Your Vision • PHDU172A46

Class Date :

May 16 - July 11

Meeting Times :

Tue 6–9pm (8 sessions)

Class Location :

Room 202

Instructor :

David Ulrich

Price :


About this Class:

Awaken creativity and sight. Learn to make compelling photographs. Explore the fundamentals of personal expression through photography and discover your own vision. Investigate the key elements of the visual language through assignments, slide presentations, and individual critiques for all types of photographic work. The discovery of an individual style and point of view is emphasized. Class content is distilled from the instructor’s 40 years of teaching photography.

Prerequisite: A basic familiarity with your camera. Open to all levels from novice to professional. All camera types are welcome, including cell phones.

Please bring 6 to 8 jpeg images of your work on a thumb drive to the first class.



Instructor Bio
David Ulrich
is a photography professor at Pacific New Media (UH–Mānoa) and Chaminade University. He is an active photographer and writer whose work has been published in books and journals including Aperture, Parabola, MANOA, and Sierra Club publications. David’s photographs have been exhibited in more than 75 one-person and group exhibitions in museums, galleries, and universities. He is the author of The Widening Stream: the Seven Stages of Creativity and the forthcoming Zen Camera: Six Lessons in Photography to Awaken Creativity and Sight (Ten Speed Press/Random House, early 2018).

Artwork by David Ulrich

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