Home Upcoming Events VIRTUAL: For the Love of Photography G211043V October 25-November 6

VIRTUAL: For the Love of Photography G211043V October 25-November 6

In online sessions of For the Love of Photography G211043V, grow in confidence with your photography as you sharpen old skills and learn new skills with photographer and instructor Sandy Kaplan.

The first week of class (3 sessions) will be dedicated to learning how to take your DSLR off the automatic setting and work completely on the manual settings.

The second week of class (3 sessions) we will take our knowledge and begin making wonderful photos with our new knowledge; not just taking the photos automatic settings give us.

(6) 2-hour session (total of 12 hours)
Mondays, October 25 & November 1 (5-7pm MT)
Wednesdays, October 27 & November 3 (5-7pm MT)
Saturdays October 30 & November 6 (10am-Noon MT)
This workshop, For the Love of Photography G211043V, is limited to 12 participants.
$175 per person
/- Scholarship Support
Help others or receive help with the +$30 option to support another participant; -$30, use this option to receive a bit of help.
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  • Sandra Kaplan
    Sandra Kaplan

    Sandra Kaplan is a professional photographer whose work has developed over 40 years. Her work reflects light, shade and color that dazzles, excites, provokes and inspires her students and collectors alike. Her knowledge and love affair with the camera allows her to go where others fear to tread. Her gifts include not only an eye for beauty, but also the urge to experiment, creating exquisite images that delight the senses and evoke deep passion within the viewer.

    She is represented by The Ann Korologos Art Gallery in Basalt, Co. and has taught photography in Door County, Wisc., The Red Brick Center for the Arts in Aspen, Co. an annex to The Aspen Art Museum, and for several years has taught continuing education classes at Colorado Mountain College, Co. Of teaching she confesses, “It is the most excitement I’ve ever known, watching students come to life, coming to love the camera and the sheer joy of what it can do.”

    Her journey began in Hollywood, California in the late 60’s, and she was the first woman allowed into the film industry as a photographer on set. Her work continued in Paris, France in the 70’s covering the major fashion houses and magazines of Europe, gaining a reputation as a “Fashion Photographer”.


Oct 25 2021 - Nov 06 2021

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