In most cases, classes are open to all students, however some are more advanced than others, and may be noted on the course outline.
Remember, you will be in a class with people from all across the country who are just as eager to learn more.
Please don't use the class time to learn a new software, computer or camera.
You should be familiar with everything you will use to allow you, and everyone else, to get the most out of the class environment.
Bring with you is an open mind, but please do not saddle the class with insensitive questions or other ways to keep the class from progressing.
You have enrolled in a class to study with a particular instructor to incorporate new ideas and techniques to improve your skills.
We all want to see you grow and improve, but not at the expense of everyone else in the class.
If you feel you are not 'up to snuff', then take the Photo Foundation class to get your basic photographic knowledge intact first, before progressing to a specific genre or more advanced class.
Digital Class Requirements
If you are signing up for one of the digital classes, download and read Digital Class Requirements