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Arthur Bleich announces Fall Digiphoto 101!
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(Friday, September 14, 2001 - 19:20 EDT)

We received an email from Arthur Bleich, Feature Editor of Digital Camera Magazine, announcing that he is now accepting applications for his Digiphoto 101 Fall Class which begins shortly. Arthur's class instructs both beginner and intermediate students in the technical and creative aspects of digital photography, with 10 sessions including lighting, color, texture, composition and more...

The course begins on September 20th, and is limited to 10 students. It consists of 10 sessions with weekly assignments and a discussion board limited to students and teacher for interaction. The course cost is $350, and you can see examples of the work produced by past students on Arthur's site to give you an idea of what it's all about!

Original Source Press Release:

Enrollment is now open for the Fall session of Digiphoto 101, the popular online interactive digital photography course which is limited to ten students and begins on September 20th.

Lighting, color, texture, composition, and other photodigital subjects are covered to give both beginning and intermediate students a solid grounding in digital photography as they work at their own individual skill level.

The class receives both technical and creative assignments and each student has access to the instructor as a mentor throughout the course. Weekly assignments are critiqued online, and students may interact with the teacher and each other through a class-only Discussion Board.

The instructor, Prof. Arthur H. Bleich, has taught creative photography courses at universities and art schools in the U.S. and abroad. He is a professional photographer, feature editor of Digital Camera Magazine, contributing editor and columnist for CNET, and appears worldwide on CNN-TV as a digital photography expert.

The 10-session course costs $350. For further information visit http://www.dpcorner.com/digiphoto or email arthur@dpcorner.com for registration materials.

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