Classes: Spring 2019

Classes are offered regardless of ability to pay, and no interested youth is ever turned away because of their family’s economic circumstances. Families are asked to pledge and pay what they can.

Classes start the week of March 11, but are subject to change as we settle into our new location.

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Analog photo level 1


Wednesdays, 4-6pm — Starting March 13

This class is a basic analog black and white film photography class. Students will learn how to use manual 35mm cameras, develop their own film, and print their photographs in the darkroom. They will also learn foundational techniques in composition, lighting, and more., while exploring the world around them.

All students are encouraged to attend each class as well as 1 open lab each week.

 
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Analog photo level 2

Mondays, 6-8pm — Starting March 11

This class takes analog black and white film photography skills to the next level! Students will learn more advanced camera techniques, film formats, and advanced instruction in the darkroom in order to really explore the analog, creative process.

All students are encouraged to attend each class as well as 1 open lab each week.

 
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Independent Study

This semester, In-Sight is offering and independent study option. Students choose a topic and plan a course of study in cooperation with an instructor, who offers guidance and makes sure that the student stays on track and completes projects.

*Students must talk to an In-Sight Staff Member about this option before registering.

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Digital photo level 1

Mondays, 4-6pm — Starting March 11

This introduction to digital photography class will get students thinking about and learning to use shutter speed, ISO, and aperture on digital single lens reflex (DSLR) cameras. Students will explore and experiment with photography, learn about notable and inspiring photographers, and start to build a workflow using Adobe Lightroom. 

All students are encouraged to attend each class as well as 1 open lab each week.

 
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Digital photo level 2

Wednesdays, 6-8pm — Starting March 13

In Digital Photo Level 2, students will have the opportunity to "level up" their skills and explore new and exciting creative possibilities with the camera and post-production. This class will incorporate portraiture, light painting, long exposures, photo manipulation and more. Ready to start pushing some pixels around and make some art?

All students are encouraged to attend each class as well as 1 open lab each week.

 
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Graphic Design

Thursdays, 4-6pm — Starting March 14

In Graphic Design, students will learn basic graphic design techniques working with Adobe Creative Suite. There will be an emphasis on combining typography with illustrational and photographic elements

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Additional Collaboration programs:

The Great Outdoors with Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center

Wednesdays, 4-6pm — Starting March 13

This program will integrate digital photography into nature exploration and discovery, through a collaboration between In-Sight Photography and BEEC. We will use the camera as a lens to investigate the natural world as it changes through spring into spring.  

 
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INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY WITH BRATTLEBORO ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES FOR MIDDLE SCHOOLERS (BEAMS)

Tuesdays

In-Sight is excited to partner with the Brattleboro Enrichment Activities for Middle Schoolers (BEAMS) program at the Brattleboro Area Middle School. This semester students will be learning basic digital photography skills through this mobile class which will take place weekly at the middle school. Interested students can enroll in the class via the BEAMS program. 

 
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Introduction to Digital Photography with The Grammar School

Fridays

In-Sight is excited to partner with The Grammar School. This semester students will be learning basic digital photography skills.