I'm back from Zambia and our fall routine is shaping up. I thought it was about time to set some class dates! These are the only dates I will be teaching this fall; remember to book early as sessions tend to fill up quickly.
You can read all about my recent trip to Zambia here.
I offer two classes, which are independent of one another; class content does not overlap. Here are some details:
The DSLR class is appropriate for anyone who owns a DSLR or hopes to purchase one.
We will, in just one class, cover everything you need to know in order to move from Auto Mode, through the priority modes, and right into full Manual Mode. A ton of other information will be covered as well, including how to get clear, focused shots, how to shoot in poor lighting situations, and how to avoid many other common pitfalls. If you own a DSLR and do not confidently shoot in Manual Mode 100% of the time, or perhaps do not understand what most of the buttons "mean," this class is for you.
Current DSLR Dates:
Saturday, October 19, 1-3 PM (This class is full)
Creative Basics This class is for anyone with a camera.
Technical skill is just one side of the coin. A technically perfect exposure can be very dull and lifeless if not coupled with visual method. The Basics class covers rules of composition and creative techniques that will inspire you to take your photographic "eye" to the next level. We'll spend the class discussing many ways to turn an everyday snapshot into a true "photograph;" all with techniques we employ before clicking the shutter. This is not about editing; it is about putting life, interest, purpose, and beauty into our exposures.
Current Basics Dates:
Saturday, October 19, 3:30-5 PM (3 available)
Class fees are $25 per participant. If you have questions or would like to book a spot you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 605.863.0075.