Teaching Photography

Teaching photography is about the only thing I love to do as much as taking photographs. Boot-camps and Work-shops are being developed at the moment, but anyone wishing to get more out of their camera and develop their skills as a photographer should do so by signing up for classes with me through the Wolcott Public Schools – Adult Education. 

Follow the link and click on “Registration and Information Brochure for Adult Education” – Year and spring/fall sessions are updated timely Wolcott Public Schools/pro-adulted.  My six week “Photography II” will be available for signup there.

Course overview:
PHOTOGRAPHY II: This six week photography
class is designed to refine the technical and aesthetic
skills of anyone with a basic working knowledge of
photography. We will happily accommodate
beginners as well. Each week by learning how to take
more professional looking pictures in areas such as
family, portraits, travel and trick photography you
will actually be learning more creative ways to use
the settings on your camera and expand your
knowledge of photography. Though a (D)SLR
camera is not required for the class, the use of one is
ideal. Students also may want to consider the use of a
tripod during this session. There will be assignments
to reinforce classroom lessons.

Michael Chiarella

Registration Fee: Wolcott CT Resident $60.00, Non Resident Fee: $65.00
Note: Please register through the Wolcott BOE per instructions provided on the Brochure for Adult Education.

Please contact me with any questions.

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