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Thursday, March 14, 6:30 pm

Presented By: Catamount Arts

Thursdays, March 14-April 11 (snow day: April 18), 6:30-8:30pm

Location:
Catamount Arts Center
115 Eastern Avenue
St. Johnsbury, VT

Instructor: Cornelia Hasenfuss

In this 5 week class we will explore making images using a variety of light sources. We will review basic camera controls and iPhone settings, while focusing on natural light as well as studio lighting techniques. Assignments will include lighting techniques using hot light studio equipment and accessories, portrait and self-portrait and the still life.

Class fee: $130 (10% off for Catamount Arts members and high school students). If registering a student under age 18, please complete an enrollment form after paying.

Please bring a camera or iPhone.

Registration deadline:

Parents of high school students under age 18: please complete an Enrollment Form.
Cornelia Hasenfuss has been making images for over 35 years. Most recently, she has taught preschool at Field Farm Forest School and skiing at Burke Mountain. Previously she worked at the Stevens School, Cardigan Mountain School in Canaan, NH, and run a high school AP program at the Waterford School in Sandy, Utah. Her experience includes teaching portfolio prep and reviews, large format photography, studio lighting, medium format camera use, basic camera use and all forms of traditional darkroom skills from basic black and white silver printing to film development and alternative and historical printing processes. She trained at the Maine Photographic Workshops, completing their Residency Program in 1994, and teaching there for an additional year. Other coursework includes classes at the Museum School in Boston and Mass College of Art. She has a BS in American Studies from Tufts University. Her personal art focuses on landscape images, as well as collage techniques including sewing, papermaking, hand coating images and historical processes of photography. Her other interests are in the outdoors: climbing, skiing and hiking, as well as travel, gardening and playing with her children and dog. She lives in Peacham with her husband and two children.