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Photography classes at Hunt's Photo & Video

Posted by Teresa Hanafin January 8, 2014 08:00 AM

Yesterday I posted an entry about photography classes at Calumet; today I'm highlighting the lineup of January and February classes being offered by Hunt's Photo & Video at its flagship store at 100 Main St. in Melrose.

The lineup of classes, workshops, and seminars at Hunt's:

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Photography classes at Calumet Photographic

Posted by Teresa Hanafin January 7, 2014 08:00 AM

Calumet Photographic, the national camera chain with a store in Cambridge, will offer classes in beginning photography, shooting in RAW, lighting, moving beyond auto mode, color management, and inkjet printing during the first quarter of the year.

(Tomorrow: Classes offered at Hunt's Photo & Video in Melrose)

At the Cambridge location at 150 First St. (near Lechmere T station on the Green Line and the Cambridgeside Galleria), Calumet will offer:

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MIT's Discover Product Design program

Posted by Teresa Hanafin November 3, 2011 05:37 PM

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Photo by Fernando N

You may recall that last fall we featured a project by one of our RAW regulars, Justin Lai, and the Discover Product Design (DPD) team at MIT that involved students taking photos. They ran the program again this fall.

Lai and Geoff Tsai's program finished up recently and they're ready to show off the students' photography. Justin was a Master's student and Geoff is currently a PhD student, both under the supervision of their advisor in mechanical engineering, Professor Maria Yang. The program was sponsored in part by MIT's Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Here's Justin's description of the project:

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Camera Eye Seminar I

Posted by Teresa Hanafin April 27, 2011 05:00 PM

Camera Eye's May workshop starts May 5. It's Seminar I and is an intensive workshop where students will explore photographic seeing and visual thinking. In a small class setting, the class will discuss photographs in technical, formal, and conceptual terms.

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Upcoming photo classes and workshops

Posted by Teresa Hanafin May 28, 2010 04:32 PM

Taking photo workshops are a great way to re-ignite your love for this passion of ours. Here's some information that has crossed my desk about some local classes; check your own towns and camera shops.

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Camera Eye Workshops in Somerville

Posted by Teresa Hanafin April 28, 2010 12:17 PM

Camera Eye Workshops in Somerville has a varied and interesting lineup of workshops this summer and through the rest of the year that cover lighting, visual thinking, and advanced projects. There's even a workshop for high schoolers who want to build a pre-college portfolio. Scholarships are available. Here are the details:

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