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Photography Courses for Adults & Teens

Photography Level 1

You're on your way to creating picture-perfect photographs! This ten session course includes two field trips and provides a great introduction for traditional and digital photographers wanting to learn the functions of your camera (digital?SLR?& traditional film?SLR) including exposure, light (metering and flash), depth of field, and more. Compact cameras (with manual functions/operations) are welcome but a digital or film?SLR?camera will afford you the best overall learning experience.? ?

Field Trips Dates: Students must attend the specific classroom section and weekend field trip they are registered in.?Switching sections is not permitted.?Dates and times are noted with each section.

  • 2018F PHOT 501G 001 ??Sat Oct 13 & Nov 3 ? 9-11:30am
  • 2018F PHOT 501G 002 ? Sun Oct 14 & Nov?4 ? 9-11:30am
  • 2018F PHOT 501G 003 ? Sat Oct 13 & Nov 3 ? 12-2:30pm
2018F PHOT 501G 002 ? Sep 25 - Nov 13 (10 sessions) ? Mitch Stringer
  • Tues ? 6:30pm-9:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $385+GST

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Photography Level 2

Building on the basics, you’ll continue improving your understanding and control of the photographic process and in doing so, become more confident in your abilities and skills. Topics include exposure and depth of field control,?external flash operations and discussions around photographic composition. Explore and refine newly acquired techniques in two field trips. ?

Prerequisite:?A good understanding of photographic basics including the ability to control shutter speed and aperture (Photography Level 1 course is strongly recommended, or equivalent skills).

Field Trip Dates: Saturday Oct 13 & Nov 3 ? 3-5:30 pm

2018F PHOT 503G 001 ? Sep 17 - Nov 19 (10 sessions) ? Mitch Stringer
  • Mon ? 6:30pm-9:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $385+GST

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Composition - Developing a Photographer’s Eye - Max 14

Want to create compelling photographs? Learn how your decisions in how you compose your image can impact the meaning and success of your photographs. This introduction to visual communication will help you become more confident in photographing with intent, as well as reviewing images and discussing constructive points. Develop basic composition skills, acquire a heightened visual sensitivity to your surroundings and become more confident in your ability to see in a photographic manner. Additional time will be required outside of scheduled classroom and field sessions.

Prerequisite: A good understanding of photographic basics including the ability to control shutter speed and aperture (Photography Level 1 or equivalent skills). ?

Field Trip Date: Saturday October 20 ? 9:00am- 12:00pm

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Taking Great Travel Photos with your iPhone/iPad New

More and more travelers are using their mobile devices to document their travel experiences. This course shows you how to take and create stunning travel photos. Learn about how to further enhance your photos with post-production and filters. Discover which apps to use and when to use them. Determine how to use your images to create presentations, photo albums, gift cards and web images that will impress both your friends and family. Find out about handy accessories that augment your iPhone.

Prerequisite: knowledge/skills required to be successful in this course:? Basic working knowledge of their iPhone and its fuctions, ideally iPhone 5s forward, older phones cannot run certain apps and have limited functionality.
Equipment: Participants must bring their iPhone 5/6/7/8 or an iPad, and have an iTunes account set up so they can download the required apps from iTunes before coming to the 1st class.
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2019W PHOT 563G 001 ? Apr 6 - May 4 (4 sessions) ? Tony Bounsall
  • Sat ? 9:30am-12:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $195+GST

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iPhone/iPad Photography Level 1 - Taking Great Photos

Caught the iPhoneography bug?? Explore the creative tools and techniques to shoot, process and share your work.? Your iPhone or iPad camera combined with a few choice apps can produce memorable images that were previously impossible without expensive software.? Create "app stacking"?recipes?combining multiple versions of the same image?processed?through?different apps to finesse your final images and marvel at the results.

Prerequisites: Students must have a?fundamental working knowledge of using their device's camera.?
Equipment: Participants must bring their iPhone 5/6/7/8 or an iPad, and have an iTunes account set up so they can download the required apps from iTunes (approx. $25 for all) before coming to the 1st class.
Note: Instructions on which apps to download will be emailed the week before the class starts.

2019W PHOT 552G 001 ? Feb 23 - Mar 16 (4 sessions) ? Tony Bounsall
  • Sat ? 9:30am-12:30pm ? Lansdowne
  • $195+GST

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Fashion & Modeling Photography Workshop New

Enjoy a full day exploring the tools & techniques of creative fashion photography by?working with models to get a practical feel for posing and direction of talent in an “on location” environment. To help understand both the creative tools and technical elements for successful images,? you will look at lens focal lengths, depth of focus as well as styles of fashion imagery. You?will?explore lighting with reflectors and flash-fill? and start to gain an awareness of light quality, direction and shadows.

Prerequisite: Students must have a good understanding of their cameras and photographic basics including the ability to control shutter speed and aperture (Photography Level 1 or equivalent).
Equipment:? Bring your camera, a tripod and if possible, an external, off camera flash/speedlight.

2019W PHOT 544G 001 ? Apr 27 (1 session) ? Gregg Eligh
  • Sat ? 9:00am-4:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $155+GST

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Food and Beverage Photography Workshop

This fun and information-packed one day workshop is designed for the "foodie" who loves photographing their food and beverages and has an interest in taking better and more creative shots!? Learn a few "tricks of the trade" to achieve a more professional look as well as tips on texture, form, styling, design, props and backgrounds.

Gregg will share his extensive professional experience to help you understand the basic elements of food and beverage photography and composition to best illustrate them as a creative subject. He will discuss technique and demonstrate by providing several "food/beverage example displays" using accessible props, lighting and equipment that is appropriate for the non-professional, so students can go home and apply what is presented.?Students will be welcome to participate by photographing Gregg's "example displays" to emulate what has been taught.

Prerequisite: A good understanding of photographic basics including the ability to control shutter speed and aperture (Photography Level 1 - Introduction or equivalent skills is required).
Equipment: A digital camera that gives control over exposure settings and lenses. An external, off-camera flash is encouraged.

2019W PHOT 546G 001 ? Mar 2 (1 session) ? Gregg Eligh
  • Sat ? 9:00am-4:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $155+GST

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Writing and Publishing

Visit and bookmark our webpage for updates and more information on our courses and instructors: Writing and Publishing

From Film to Fiction to Memoirs to Travel – learn how to effectively capture your experiences and stories from a variety of well-known local writers. Course formats vary from workshop to seminar. Choose what fits for you!

Editing 101

Learn how to change from writer to editor mode. Basic editing marks, removing adjectives, searching for ings and lys.?Completed assignments will be discussed as a group. Also discussions on types of writing styles, focusing mostly on CP style, with some brief overview of other styles such as medical and science style guides, or other guides as per group requirement. Also covered will be the power of brevity. How to say more with?fewer words and be more effective by doing it.

Note: This is part five of five in the Writer's Toolbox Series. You can select each workshop individually or register for the entire Series. If you have registered for the Writer's Toolbox Series (WRIT 872G), you are already attending this workshop!

2018F WRIT 871G 001 ? Nov 8 (1 session) ? Darcy Nybo
  • Thur ? 6:00pm-8:30pm ? Lansdowne
  • $65+GST

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Saturday Screenwriting Series New

Following the 9/11 attacks an investigative commission stated the reason why they weren’t thwarted was a colossal “failure of imagination”. Shortly afterwards the CIA formed DCI Red Cell – a group of experts brought in to spitball future attack scenarios. Was this group of “out-of-the-box-thinkers” comprised of terrorism experts and security analysts? Nope. They were Hollywood screenwriters – the most imaginative people on the planet.

Join screenwriter Michael Giampa for a behind the scenes exploration of this thrilling world in our new Saturday Speaker Series! Using film clips, screenplay pages and other mediums topics will range from film history to scene structure to creating movie moments. Want to learn more about Michael? Check out this article in Script Magazine.

Workshops are also available for individual registration:

  • Emotional Illusion: Tricks of the Trade (WRIT 901G)
  • Seen by Scene: Beats, bookends & hooks (WRIT 902G)
  • Eye of the Beholder: Film History from the Screenwriter’s POV (WRIT 903G)
  • Embracing your Inner Geek: A Short History of Sci-Fi Films (WRIT 904G)
2018F WRIT 900G 001 ? Oct 20 - Dec 1 (5 sessions) ? ? Michael Giampa
  • Sat ? 10:00am-1:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $245+GST

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Seen by Scene: Beats, Bookends & Hooks New

Scenes are the guts of a screenplay. But what comprises them? What are beats, bookends, hooks, throwbacks, catalysts, actor “candy”, inciting incidents, setups/payoffs, reversals, reveals? And how do they fit into the 50 to 80 scenes strung together to form a satisfying screenplay in three acts? Examine how a well-constructed scene is crafted and the bridgework required to link it seamlessly to what comes before and after.

2018F WRIT 902G 001 ? Nov 3 (1 session) ? Michael Giampa
  • Sat ? 10:00am-1:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $65+GST

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This is part of the Saturday Screenwriting Series. If you have registered for the Series (WRIT 900G), you are already attending this session!


Eye of the Beholder: Film History from the Screenwriter’s POV New

A film is all-too-often examined from the filmmaker’s perspective showcasing the “director’s vision”, the “actor’s presence” or the “cinematographer’s palette”. A lot of theory focus has been given to the moving image. But what about the storyteller that thought of that image long before it was burned to celluloid? What influenced them to think of it in the first place? And how were they inspired?

2018F WRIT 903G 001 ? Nov 17 (1 session) ? Michael Giampa
  • Sat ? 10:00am-1:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $65+GST

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This is part of the Saturday Screenwriting Series. If you have registered for the Series (WRIT 900G), you are already attending this session!


Embracing your Inner Geek: A Short History of Sci-Fi Films New

Science Fiction films have the strongest “what if?” factor of any genre. It’s where we “boldly go” to explore dreams of a utopian tomorrow and the fear of a chaotic one. How we test the fictional tech that someday may someday become science fact. And it’s what allows us to embrace both our inner geek and outer Saver-of-the-World. A fun, informative overview for Sci-Fi film fans and writers alike.?

2018F WRIT 904G 001 ? Dec 1 (1 session) ? Michael Giampa
  • Sat ? 10:00am-1:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $65+GST

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This is part of the Saturday Screenwriting Series. If you have registered for the Series (WRIT 900G), you are already attending this session!


Fiction Writing Fundamentals – Part 2

Writing into the world! Building on the fundamentals explored in?Part 1, this course will continue our exploration of the core skills and strategies for writing fiction for the developing writer. In addition to lectures, directed readings and discussions,?Part?2 will also incorporate group workshopping of student fiction.?With this section, we will build on our experience writing the contained scene and expand outward to short stories and novels. We will also look at workshopping, revision and roads to publication. NOTE:?All students will be expected to present and workshop at least one story.?Required: Textbook same as Part 1. Prerequisite: This course is designed for students who have completed Fiction Writing Fundamentals – Part 1 course, and will build on those fundamentals. Please call 250-370-4773 to discuss equivalency if you wish to take this course and have not taken Part 1.

2018F WRIT 861G 001 ? Oct 23 - Nov 27 (5 sessions) ? วิธีเล่นเกมยิงปลาให้ได้เงิน Robert Wiersema
  • Tues ? 6:30pm-9:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • Tues ? 6:30pm-9:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $259+GST

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No classes on statutory holidays.


Beginning a Book-length Memoir - Part 1

In this six-week class students will work on a memoir they have begun or want to begin. Through readings and discussions, in-class writing and homework, students will?begin to flesh out ideas on structure, tense, point of view, story, action, beginnings and endings. In-class writing will prime the pump so memories begin to flow and cohere. This is an intensive class for those interested in writing a long piece – essay or book – and in being supported in getting started.

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Fabulous Fiction

In this workshop you will learn how to create a short story for submission to a contest. You will explore?the different types of fiction and learn which one works best for you. Learn the structure of a short story and how to write any kind of fiction. We will discuss how to create tension within the?plot, know and understand your readers, character development, and point of view. The final day is a review of the first draft, more tips and a long list of short story contests. Students can start from scratch, or have a short story they want to improve on. In class and take-home assignments.

2018F WRIT 866G 001 ? Nov 15 - Nov 29 (3 sessions) ? Darcy Nybo
  • Thur ? 6:00pm-8:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $159+GST

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Get Paid to Write What You Love

Writing is a passion for many but making money from that passion can be difficult. We invite you to learn the reality of writing for a living. Discover how to get out there and get noticed. Explore ideas on freelance websites; how to price your work and how to write a pitch letter. Learn tips and practice honing your skills. So whether you are writing a book, a column or a blog, find out how to make money doing it.

2018F WRIT 855G 001 ? Oct 30 - Nov 27 (5 sessions) ? Darcy Nybo
  • Tues ? 6:00pm-8:30pm ? Lansdowne
  • $189+GST

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Reading and Writing Poetry New

This is a class designed for writers to be inspired from reading poems to write new poems. Instructor, Yvonne Blomer will offer poems from all over the world and writing exercises that allow a deep reading of masterfully written works as well as a leaping away into new pieces. A class for discussion, reading and writing and a delving into the language, music and moments of truth or awe offered by poetry.

2018F WRIT 844G 001 ? Nov 7 - Dec 12 (6 sessions) ? Yvonne Blomer
  • Wed ? 6:30pm-9:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $279+GST

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Creative Non-fiction - Telling Your Story with Yvonne Blomer

Creative Non-Fiction is an umbrella term that refers to the writing of personal essays, memoir, travel writing, and explorative historical and lyrical essays. In addition to in-class and at-home writing assignments, we will discuss examples of the genre by writers such as George Orwell, Lorna Crozier, Madeline Sonik and more. By the end of this course, you will have written memoir, travel and lyrical essays as well as short postcard forms. This is an opportunity to explore your memories, interests, questions and your inner thoughts in a creative and dynamic literary form.

2018F WRIT 807G 001 ? Oct 15 - Dec 10 (8 sessions) ? Blomeryvonne
  • Mon ? 6:30pm-9:00pm ? Lansdowne
  • $325+GST

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Lifestyle

Looking for Fly-Fishing? You can find this course listed under Outdoor Education or by following this link

The Magic of Barcelona

Interested in the culture, traditions and architecture of one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Mediterranean? Discover Barcelona's most interesting sights from the narrow medieval streets to the grand boulevards and the famous 'Ramblas' which lead to the sea. Find out more about the distinctive architect, Antoni Gaudi, whose famous works contribute to the rich architectural fabric of Barcelona: the Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Casa Batlló and Casa Mila.

2018F ASCE 668G 001 ? Nov 7 - Nov 21 (3 sessions) Cancelled

2019W ASCE 668G 001 ? Feb 27 - Mar 13 (3 sessions) ? Monica Gil
  • Wed ? 6:30pm-8:30pm ? Lansdowne
  • $129+GST

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Victoria BC V8P 5J2
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4461 Interurban Rd
Victoria BC V9E 2C1
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  • 1–877–554–7555 (toll-free)

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