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Digital imaging class taught Tuesday evenings at NWC

Posted December 30, 2013
By NWC News Desk

POWELL, Wyo. - Aspiring photographers can get a better handle on the technical and creative aspects of digital photography in a Tuesday evening Digital Imaging class starting Jan. 21 at Northwest College in Powell.

Offered from 6:30-9 p.m., the course focuses on creative digital manipulation of photographic images and provides a working overview of both input and production methods of computerized photography. 

Students will use Macintosh computers and Adobe Photoshop CS5 software to learn the nomenclature and technical aspects of digital photography such as workflow, image editing, adjustments, layers and more.

The class covers a variety of input devices, including the digital camera and reflective and transmission scanners, plus computerized retouching and enhancement of traditionally generated prints.

In addition to covering the basics of electronic imaging, the course explores current trends in the imaging industry, as well as the issues of ethics in the medium.

The class is taught by Christine Garceau, an award-winning photographer and the newest member of Northwest College’s photography faculty team.

Garceau holds a doctorate from Michigan Technological University, plus bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Northern Michigan University.

She has experienced the photographer’s world from just about every angle—from working as a color printing technician in a one-hour photo shop to freelancing for the Detroit Free Press.

While working on assignment for The Associated Press Midwest, Garceau photographed for a long list of publications that includes US News and World Report, USA Today, Women’s World Magazine, Parade Magazine, National Geographic and many more.

She’s worked with nearly every age of student in a variety of venues, from the Upper Peninsula American Indian reservations to a 10-day travel class titled “Photographing Romania: the Dracula Trail Tour.”

Garceau said students in her Digital Imaging class should expect to use additional lab time outside the Tuesday evening lectures. The class can be taken for a grade or audited.

For more information, contact Garceau at 307-754-6497.

To register, call 307-754-6149 or drop in at the Registration and Records Office in the Orendorff Building.

Digital imaging class taught Tuesday evenings at NWC
Digital imaging class taught Tuesday evenings at NWC