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Fundamentals of Digital Photography

Dates: October 8, 15, 22, 2019

Time: 6 – 8 p.m.

Location: Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus, Savannah, Georgia

The ideal participant is one who anticipates moving to digital single-lens reflex photography (DSLR). This class is open and accessible to beginning photographers with an interest in learning the craft. Because of the constant update and change in models, this is not a class for teaching you how to use your specific camera, but a general overview of the basic technology used. No field trips. Please bring your camera and instruction booklet.

Benefits of the Course

  • Learn new techniques and getting an introduction to more complex
    mediums of photography
  • Discover different lenses and settings to enhance a specific photograph

Early Bird Registration Fee (ends 10/1/19): $99.00
Regular Registration Fee: $110.00

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Hailee Rose Potter

Hailee Potter was born and raised in Woodbury, Minnesota. She stayed in the Midwest throughout her early twenties, obtaining her Bachelor of Arts degree in studio art at Cornell College, in Mt. Vernon, Iowa. In 2014, this Midwestern lass left for the south to explore new opportunities and experience much warmer weather—without snow. In 2017, she graduated with a Master of Fine Arts degree in photography from Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia.

Her work explores issues of human perception, identity and social norms that are present in today’s society. She wants to empower others to see the world in a different light, stripped of society’s expectations, exposing the raw truths of the human condition that are rarely discussed.

Furthermore, Potter creates images that question the definitions of portraiture and its perceived meanings of truth. Her style is simple and straightforward, but complex in its process. Her work falls in between straight portraiture and staged narratives. While photography is her primary focus, she enjoys non-objective painting, filmography and ceramics; she enjoys interweaving these art forms together to break down the barriers between the different forms of art. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, and has been published in three international photography books. She has a passion for teaching and has taught in the United States and England! She strives to share her knowledge with students and impact their lives in a powerful, positive and enthusiastic way.


If you need assistance, please contact Kye Daniels at adaniels@georgiasouthern.edu or call (912) 478-2560.


Last updated: 10/7/2019