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Photography Class - See Below

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Michael P.
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Rockville, MD
Post #: 89
Registration now open!

Holiday Park Senior Center, 3950 Ferrara Drive, Wheaton, MD 20906

Wednesdays, July 11,18, 25, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

Fee: $55 3 classes Class Size: maximum of 10 students

**See registration form below.

Intermediate Digital photography

Instructor: Jim Auerbach

This is an intermediate photography course. Students will review functions of the camera including shutter priority, aperture priority, ISO, exposure compensation, and how these work together. Participants will examine image processing and review the technical aspects of printing. Students will be introduced to more advanced compositional skills and aesthetics of both shooting and printing photographs. You will participate in class critiques where your photographic assignments will be discussed both technically and aesthetically. Though any camera is acceptable, DSLR cameras are preferred, and will be the primary focus for this course.

We will build on your understanding of basic photography, reinforce your application of photographic fundamentals and increase your visual awareness and photographic compositional skills*.

You should take this class if you want to:

Reinforce your basic photography skills and techniques;

Learn new skills and techniques;

Understand and observe light;

Be more precise in the creation of your photographs;

Have the process of creating a photograph become more second nature;

Learn about basic flash photography;

Create thoughtfully composed photographs that are uniquely yours.

*Registrants should be familiar with the controls on your camera (e.g., how to access aperture priority, shutter priority, ISO and exposure compensation), and have taken an introductory photography course or have equivalent knowledge. Please contact the instructor, Jim Auerbach, at, if you have questions about what will be covered in this intermediate level course. Students are expected to bring their camera, and manual to class, and to participate in class assignments.

Jim Auerbach


Jim Auerbach’s recent photographic work includes product photography for the Kennedy Center, pictures in a Library of Congress video, work as a conference photographer, and as a volunteer photographer for numerous non-profit organizations His pictures have appeared on the website, several Kennedy Center publications, newspapers and other websites. His photographs were also used to illustrate a children’s book Little Georgia and the Apples by the award winning author Carolivia Herron.

Recent exhibition of Jim Auerbach’s images have been displayed at the Sandy Spring Museum, The Tate Gallery in Silver Spring, VisArts in Rockville, Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County campus, Bohrer Park Center in Gaithersburg, and a juried exhibition at Gallery 919 Market in Wilmington, Delaware, where his images were selected as "Best in Show.” He was also the curator for a ten photographer show that focused on “Looking In, Looking Through”, a visual theme that he has been exploring, at the inaugural exhibition of the Arts Incubator, a gallery in Kensington, Maryland. In addition, he is the organizer of a three photographer exhibition at Har Shalom Synagogue in Potomac, Maryland and a participant in “Journeys,” a multi-media exhibition in Columbia, Maryland.

His recent travels to Italy, Mexico, Peru, Costa Rica, New Zealand, Australia, several countries in southern Africa, China, Tibet, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Turkey inspire his photography.


3950 Ferrara Drive, Wheaton, MD 20906

From the Beltway (495):

Take exit 33N for MD-185/Connecticut Ave.

Turn left at Veirs Mill Rd.

Turn left at Ferrara Ave.

Holiday Park Senior Center is straight ahead

From Rockville:

Head East on Randolph Road.

Turn right onto Veirs Mill Rd.

Take the 2nd right onto Ferrara Ave.

Destination will be in front of you


All registrations are due 7 days prior to start of class.

Name ________________________________________­______________

Address _____________________________ City ___________ St ____ Zip_______

Phone _____________________________


Have you taken a JCA SeniorTech class before? ___________

Payment Options: □ Visa □ Mastercard □ American Express □ Check

Card Number: ________ - ________ - ________ - ________ Exp: ______ / ________ Code: ______

Total Amount Charging: $________

Mail this registration with your payment to:

ATTN: Senior Tech

Jewish Council for the Aging

12320 Parklawn Drive

Rockville, MD 20852

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