Did you buy an SLR camera but are disappointed with the pictures? Are you intimidated by the jargon used in your camera’s manual? You are not alone! One of the most popular courses I teach is an SLR workshop for serious hobbyists and those considering photography as a career. Learn how to use your digital SLR camera in either a classroom setting or in smaller, more intimate versions of the same workshop. Skill level is beginner to intermediate. Topics include: exposure control, ISO, shutter speed, aperture, flash techniques, composition, and use of light. This workshop is a mix of discussion and hands-on exercises.
There are three variations of this course based on how you learn best:
1. Photography (Digital SLR) Workshop: offered at CCBC – 20 students, 6 hours, $110
This is a large classroom setting. Groups are created based on camera manufacturer to allow students to help each other through the learning process.
2. Focus Group SLR Workshop – 6 students, 6 hours, lunch included, $220
Held at my home, this small group setting allows for more specialized attention given to each student based on their needs and equipment.
3. 1on1 Private Consultation – 1 student, 4 hours, $480
Also held in my home, this private consultation can be the quickest way to a complete understanding of your camera.
The next available course is the Focus Group SLR Workshop
Date: Tuesday, August 17th, 9:30am-3:30pm
Where: 417 Sherwood Drive, Beaver PA 15009
Who: 6 participants
Investment: $220 per person, lunch and refreshments provided
Please contact me to reserve your spot: firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig took this photograph of me in action, and below is the resulting shot. FUN!!