Learn Something New in 2019


I teach one-on-one as well as group courses.

Spring classes start January 14, 2019 at City College of San Francisco. Free or inexpensive classes for all. Experience invaluable and diverse students, courses and Instructors. Hope you can join us!

Take a digital photography or darkroom course, learn studio lighting, Photoshop, Lightroom, Drone photography and more. Designed for YOU whether your goal is continuing education, a certificate or to transfer – we welcome you!
STEP 1: Download a pdf of ALL of the PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES SPRING 2019

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SPRING SEMESTER January 14 through May 25, 2019 – Erika will be teaching:
PHOT60A Beginning Photoshop online – (Begins 1/28)
PHOT60B Intermediate Photoshop – Monday/Wednesday 6-8:30pm (Begins 1/14)
PHOT50A History of Photography Pre-1945 – Mondays 12-3pm (Begins 1/14)

Questions? visit www.ccsf.edu/photo to find out more about our programs, classes and more. To ‘test’ into an advanced class click on the left column pre-requisite section and follow the instructions (sorry only unofficial transcript or schedule a challenge test is accepted).

All our courses are credit and degree applicable, and selected courses transfer to the CSU and/or UC systems. Many students transfer to nearby San Francisco State University. We encourage students to work with a college counselor and a department program advisor to establish an education plan during the first semester of study. For more information contact the Transfer Center.

Pathways in Photography

The Photography AS degree from CCSF PHOTO leads to Guided Pathways in many CSU and private colleges, including the following:


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