Workshops Offer Outdoor Photography Experience

Choices include Oso Flaco, a local winery and La Purisima Mission.

FEBRUARY 12, 2014 -- Allan Hancock College Community Education offers new digital photography workshops for students who want to hone their photography skills and practice using advanced manual camera settings to capture wildlife, natural scenery and landscapes in the local area.

The workshops are held on Saturdays, and students may enroll in one or all three:

  • Photographic tour of Oso Flaco Dunes area, March 15, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Course Number 41914)
  • Photographic tour of a local winery, April 12, noon to 6 p.m. (Course Number 41915) 
  • Photographic tour of La Purisima Mission, May 3, noon to 6 p.m. (Course Number 41916)

Students meet on the Santa Maria campus in front of Community Education (Bldg. S) for a brief orientation, then travel to locations up to 30 minutes away to walk along various trails or paths.  Students must provide personal transportation and photography equipment and be comfortable walking one to two miles.  (Some locations require parking and/or entrance fees that are the responsibility of the student.)

The fee for each workshop is $36; students should bring a sack lunch.

Instructor Jeremy Teitelbaum has an M.A. in digital media communication and is a professional photographer and business owner who has been a teacher/lecturer for 12 years.

Apply and register online at www.hancockcollege.edu.  See the complete course description by clicking Class Search, then select Community Service/Fee-Based in the class type, and CSPD 8060 in the subject area.

Students may receive registration assistance in person at Community Education (bldg. S) on the Santa Maria campus.  Print copies of the spring 2014 Spectrum schedule of Community Education classes are available at all campus locations.

For information, call (805) 922-6966 ext. 3209.

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Last Modified Nov 21, 2014