Class Sign-up Policy
All classes must be registered and paid in advance. To register for any classes please call Susan Francis at 407-227-6680 or sign up on-line. If you leave sign-up until the last minute you take the chance of possibly having that class canceled if there are not enough students registered. If you register and do not show up for a class you will forfeit the class fee, if you cannot make a class and call and cancel the morning of the class you will have a school credit towards any other class.
If you are not completely satisfied with your class, we will be pleased to refund the fee or give you credit towards another class. For questions regarding classes please call Susan Francis at 407-227-6680 or send us an e-mail at email@example.com
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Harmon's School of Photography offers classes on most aspects of digital photography.
Whether you have just got your first digital camera, or you want to get more serious about your photography, our classes will provide the jumpstart you need.
Bokeh-Licious Abstract Photography
Want to learn the artistry of how to take a superbly creative holiday images? Bokeh comes from the Japanese term boke, which means blur. In Photography, it refers to the quality of the blur in out of focus ares of an image...or...the way the lens renders out of focus points of light.You can have good or bad bokeh but it is subjective to the viewer. What is Bokeh? A shallow depth of field from your lens creates bokeh naturally and it is most visible around small background highlights. Smaller light sources and reflections yield great results in all out of focus areas of an image, in daylight through tree leaves for example, or more obviously found in the evening. Christmas tree lights are a perfect example of a great way to create Bokeh! You've probably created bokeh a zillion times already! Lenses: It's possible to achieve good Bokeh results with any lens that will provide you shallow depth of field to achieve an out of focus background. You will need: 50mm f/1.4 or f/1.8, macro lens (preferably f/2.8), portrait lens such as 85mm f/1.8 or f/2.8, any other lens with a large aperture such as f/2.8.
Prerequisites: Photo 2 or equivalent skills.
Taught by Herbie Martin
6-8:30 pm. Cost is $50