Edmonton Photography School Adds Two New Instructors and Four Courses
The Burwell School of Photography, an Edmonton, Alberta based photography school, is pleased to announce the addition of two instructors. Darlene Hildebrandt, a professional photographer with over 24 years of experience will initially teach three new photography classes while Eric Fredine, a master landscape photographer and IT professional will initially teach one new course. These new courses have been added to our extensive calendar of Edmonton photography classes.
Edmonton, AB (PRWEB) February 15, 2012
The addition of Hildebrandt and Fredine as photography instructors will allow the Burwell School of Photography to continue its tradition of providing experiential learning experiences to its clients in the Edmonton area. Fredine and Hildebrandt’s experience allows for the addition of four exciting new classes to the calendar including Available Light Photography Classes, HDR Photography Classes, Landscape Photography Classes and Night Photography Classes.
Building on the Burwell School of Photography’s reputation for providing an exceptional learning environment composed of both classroom and hands-on experience, Hildebrandt and Fredine’s new courses allow the Burwell School of Photography to remain the preferred source of photography education services in Alberta. According to Paul Burwell, President of the Burwell School of Photography, “We couldn’t be more thrilled to have amazing photographers and passionate educators Darlene Hildebrandt and Eric Fredine on our team. Our clients have told us the types of new courses they are looking for and with the addition of Hildebrandt and Fredine, we are perfectly poised to provide those courses in a dynamic, entertaining and experiential way.”
The Available Light Photography Classes, taught by Darlene Hildebrandt, will teach students the basics of using available lighting, including window light and reflectors, along with small flash as fill-light for making wonderful portrait images. The techniques taught in this course work great for making child portraits and pet photography and can be practiced in one’s own home. The first offering of Available Light Photography is the weekend of May 12, 2012.
HDR Photography is a popular and emerging trend in photography that allows for photographers to create images that have an increased dynamic range beyond what today’s cameras can create on their own. Ms. Hildebrandt’s HDR Photography Classes will teach students how to make photographs with an extended dynamic range and how to use the necessary software to achieve stunning results. This course will run over two consecutive weekends and its first offering begins the weekend of June 16, 2012.
Landscape Photography is Eric Fredine’s specialty and his work has attracted international attention with its ability to simplify and captivate simultaneously. Fredine’s Landscape Photography Course will teach students about the tools, techniques and creative vision required to achieve the production of images well beyond the typical landscape photograph. The first offering of this Landscape Photography Course will run the weekend of April 21, 2012.
The Night Photography Class will teach students how to make compelling images at night and in dark conditions, times when many photographers put their cameras away. Ms. Hildebrandt will teach students the tools and techniques necessary to produce images where virtually no light exists. The first offering of the Night Photography Class is the weekend of April 28, 2012.
Prospective students interested in learning more about the photography classes and workshops offered by the Burwell School of Photography, can visit http://www.bsop.ca. Potential students with questions not answered by the web site can call the Burwell School of Photography at 780-669-1261 or 1-877-778-1745.
About the Burwell School of Photography
The Burwell School of Photography is Alberta’s leading provider of photography related classes and workshops that provides a one-stop resource for photographers looking to expand their skills.
The Burwell School of Photography has been in the business of providing unparalleled photography education services since 2007. The Burwell School of Photography prides itself on its experiential learning methodology that allows students to learn by doing.
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