SUPPORT: PHOTOGRAPHY TRAINING COURSE
Veterans of all eras, their families and caregivers are invited to participate in this eight-class photography training course. Whether you are brand new to photography, have some experience, or are comfortable with a professional-grade camera, you can advance your skills through the Support course. Find community, engage in self-discovery and experience new outlooks through the art of photography.
Photography Training is free to Veterans. Each Support course comprises eight class sessions that take you through the tactical, technical, and aesthetic aspects of taking great photographs. Classes are held in multiple locations across the Colorado front range throughout the year. Apply today — class size is limited. All participants must completed an online application. Applicants must be a military Veteran, spouse or caregiver. Veterans and their spouses are encouraged to take the course together..
HOW TO USE PHOTOGRAPHY
Training classes cover a wide range of subjects including the use of photography for self-expression and artistry. Once you’ve mastered the basics, you’ll have an enduring tool for engaging with your family and friends and documenting your thoughts and passions. From there, you can decide how you want to apply what you’ve learned. After completing the Support course, Veterans are invited to join the fleet of Task Force: ISO photographers who use their skills to capture positive images of fellow veterans.
WHERE WE TAKE YOU
Each class in our Support course combines classroom skills education with experience and self-discovery behind the camera. Students also receive homework to continue the learning and activity during the time between the classes. Over the course of eight class sessions, you’ll gain technical knowledge and competence while experiencing self-expression through the art of photography. Veterans gain a fresh perspective on their lives and families while building lasting friendships and community.
Task Force: ISO engages and inspires Veterans through photography. Veterans gain purpose through activity and self-discovery and build community through continued mentorship and support.