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Photography class at KAIST

If you live in or near Daejeon, South Korea and are interested in learning more about the fine art of creating photographs, doing taekwondo, meditating, then you’re in luck! You can register for KAIST’s Cultural Classes, which are brought by the ISSS and offer a great range of various skills from Capoeira and Taekwando to Belly Dancing and Coffee.

Registration period lasts from March 13-24, visit ISSS office to register and pay the tuition (between 15,000-30,000 krw (15,000 for KAIST students. 30,000 for non-Kaistians).

I have been lucky enough to have been asked to return to teach my second photography class, which similarly to the one from November 2016, will also feature two in class sessions with two out of class field trips.

Last November, we used the field trip time to wonder to Hanbat Arboretum Park here in Daejeon as well as Uam Park and Junang-ro Station area. It was a lot of fun and the students had a great time interacting and utilizing their knowledge from two in class lectures (which covered and will cover the basics of Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, Exposure, Composition Rules and more!)

This spring, the upcoming photography class will begin on April 1 and will run for four weeks. The classes will meet on Saturdays from 1-4 pm in W2-1 room #206 or #207 (depending on the availability). Students should expect to learn how to turn their existing photographs into WOW photographs, while utilizing classic and modern photography guidelines, techniques and props.

I’m excited to meet new photography enthusiasts in order to encourage and motivate new lovers of this great hobby! Hope to see you in my class, the seating is limited and is first come first serve basis.

Happy shooting!

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