Image making and sharing are integral parts of each photography class. New or advanced skills and concepts presented in the instructional session of each class are practiced by each participant through assigned exercises. The sharing of these images furthers individual understanding of these skills and concepts and also serves as inspiration to all class members in discovering new creative possibilities.
Class participants learned the intuitive built-in editing tools of Apple Photos as well as how to organize their photos using the search engines of the program.
The second session of Jim Barbour's popular Abstract Class.
Participants learned the process of designing spectacular digital quilts from a single image.
The Abstract Photography class under the leadership of Jim Barbour explored photographic composition using only the design elements of light, form, texture and color to express their unique personal vison of the world. Encouraged to use cell phone technology they were challenged to explore and create without adhering to any strict photographic rules in capturing emotion through abstraction.