Career and Community Education
Photography

Travel Photography Secrets - NEW!

photo: Mary Bartnikowski
Finally, the world’s easiest way to learn how to get amazing travel photographs. You’ll learn how to love people with your camera, how to be a local in any new, exotic culture, to relax those around you and reveal how to use light, angle, composition, and timing for incredible results of what you see in your travels. You’ll learn in a few hours what took me years to figure out and improve the quality of your photos by understanding how to create the photograph with your vision and new camera skills. You’ll strengthen your unique perspective by learning how to shoot people, rhinos, nature, temples, and the Dalai Lama. It’s guaranteed your photos will get better. “It made me see in a new way.”-Satya from Spain, testimony from a workshop participant.
Bring any fully charged camera you have a basic understanding of using. Yes, it can be a point and shoot. If you have it, bring a computer or tablet to see your photos on, if not, bring all cords to attach your camera to my computer, and your manual. Optional: Bring two pictures from recent travels, electronic version (on your computer or smart device) to be critiqued in class. Most important: bring your enthusiasm.

Instructor: Mary Bartnikowski
Meeting time:  Saturdays, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Location: Windward CC, Hale Kuhina 106
Cost:  $80 + $10 lab fee (payable to instructor)

ART7013    Sect. 001     6/7     1 mtg.
ART7013    Sect. 002     6/14     1 mtg.

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Taking Better Photos With Your Digital Camera

Take family photos like a pro and photograph great outdoor scenery. Learn the simple techniques of digital photography and how to use your camera in the different modes (Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority & Manual). Understand how the camera controls light by adjusting the ISO, aperture and shutter speed. 35 mm digital camera required, (SLR recommended).

Instructor: Patrick Delos Santos
Meeting time: Saturdays, February 8 & 22
Time:  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location: Hale Alakai 102
Cost: $80 + $10 lab fee payable to instructor

ART7004 Sect. 003 5/24 & 5/31 2 mtgs.
ART7004 Sect. 004 7/19 & 7/26 2 mtgs.

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photo: Patrick Delos Santos

Organizing and Editing Your Digital Photos From Start to Finish

photo: Patrick Delos Santos
Now that you've taken all those digital photos, what do you do next? Come join me as I show you step-by-step the workflow of getting your digital photos from camera to computer and out to print or saved to a CD and flash drive. You'll learn how to use photo editing programs, such as Gimp (can be downloaded FREE) or purchase Photoshop Elements to organize and edit your photos. Bring your laptop to class.

Instructor: Patrick Delos Santos
Meeting time: Saturdays,  Jan. 25 & Feb. 1
Time:  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location: Hale Alakai 102
Cost: $80 + $10 lab fee payable to instructor

ART7007     6/21 & 6/28      2 mtgs.
ART7007     9/6 & 9/13        2 mtgs.

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Mary Bartnikowski
Mary Bartnikowski, award-winning photographer and author, for 27 years in Silicon Valley, down the street from Steve Jobs, is shooting, writing and educating worldwide. She has led programs at Apple Computer, Stanford University,
Intel, humanitarian projects and Photo Safari workshops globally.
Mary has shot 722 weddings, elephants, nature, architecture, authors, saints and CEO’s. Photographs from her California exhibitions are in the collections of art investors in the USA. She’s been featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, and on over 100 radio stations across North America.
Patrick Delos Santos
Patrick Delos Santos has established himself in Hawai’i as a professional fashion and glamour photographer.
Patrick realized his passion for photography in high school, photographing sports, people and landscapes. He attended college studying art and later pursued additional professional photography education from the New York Institute of Photography. After successfully completing the program, he entered the exciting world of professional photography.
 He is an officer and board member of the Professional Photographers of Hawai’i. In 2010 the organization bestowed the Fellowship award on him for his service and achievements as a professional.