A picture tells a thousand words; what story will your photos tell? Capture your world through the magic of digital imagery. This class is designed as in introduction for students to the world of digital photography. All students will work on a small portfolio of ten photos. We will explore the techniques in photographing: action sequences, nature, portraits as well as conceptual photography. All students are asked to bring a digital camera (SLR preferred) as well as a thumb drive to class. All students will learn how light, contrast, composition and shutter speeds work together to produce vibrant digital images. Improve your picture-taking skills and Photoshop editing techniques while creating a digital art masterpiece. Melissa Dold currently teaches art at Seattle Prep and has a studio in SODO. She has a BFA from University of Washington and an MFA from Boston University in Painting. She has been teaching art for ten years in Community Colleges, the New York City Public Schools, and through various organizations. She loves helping students learn new techniques and develop their own creative vision. Kyle Cook currently teaches art at the Seattle Girls' School and Pratt Fine Arts Center. He has a BA from Lynchburg College and an MFA from Boston University in Painting. He has been teaching art for the last three years in Community Colleges and through arts organizations. He is excited to spend his summer helping students make art.