We are very excited to invite you to join photography courses!
 
Photographer Vangelis Kalos will be our teacher. 
 
The first class will be on February 20th 17:30. The price is only 200 NOK for the entire course, this is a special deal you will only be able to get through ESN Trondheim. We need at least 8 participants to be able to do the course. Should it be less participants, you will get a full refund. The course consists of six classes, ranging from basic subjects to more advanced topics. The classes will most likely be weekly, but this will be decided together by the participants and Vangelis.
 
The content of the course will be as follows:
- Use the camera's automatic settings
- Use the camera's manual settings
- Use the camera's manual settings for different effects
- Manipulation of reality: Films, lenses, filters and more
- Basic and advanced photography composition
- Presentation and learning from "Masters of photography"
- Review of students photographs and suggestions for improvement
- Photowalks (when the weather allows)
 
When you book a ticket, you pay for the entire course for the low price of 200 NOK. You then have access to all six classes, but you decide for yourself if you want to skip some of them.
 
Sign up/ticket sales will open February 6th at 17:00 precisely. A link to the sign up will be posted here ahead of time. The location of the first class will also be posted in good time before the first class.
 
It is recommended to have your own camera, but it is not required.
 
Vangelis Kalos is an internationally awarded photographer, living in Trondheim. His photographs are available at Akron Gallery (Bakklandet) and for more information about his work check www.vangeliskalos.com.
He was also once an Erasmus student and started his photography career through a course similar to this. 
 
We are very excited about this, and we hope you are too!
 
Link to Facebook event. The Facebook event is always up to date.
Date: 
20/02/2019 - 17:30
Meeting Point: 
Gløshaugen
Address: 
Norway
  • All international students studying in Trondheim are invited.