May Photography Classes

Hey there ladies!

For those of you that have been asking, I finally have my dates for the May photography classes.

The 2 classes will be held May 7th and May 14th.

As in the previous sessions: I will only allow 8 people in each class, so that I have plenty of time to answer questions. They are fast paced, and I cover A LOT of material in each class. I also give you time to shoot after we learn each concept. For example, we'll talk about 4 rules of composition, and then we will shoot for 10 minutes, following each rule. In order to register, you must email me your interest, and then I will email you a registration link with PayPal, (1/2 of your registration is due up front). The classe are $40 each. If you are interested in only class 102, you must already be doing the following with your camera. Shooting in Av mode (aperture priority), shooting in Tv mode (shutter priority), using the rule of thirds, and understand the 4 types of natural lighting and shooting with them intentionally. All of these concepts build on each other for you to be able to produce better pictures.

Class 101 - Thursday, May 7th 12:15 - 2:45
Toddler Tricks
Clarity and Focus
Using the Creative modes (not Auto)
Aperature Priority
Shutter Priortiy

Class 102 - Thursday, May 14th 12:15 - 2:45
Lenses - why, which, when?
Depth of Field
Focus Points - toggling
Shutter Speed
Manual Mode

Location - to be announced, most likely in Gilbert

These classes are designed for someone who has been playing around with their camera a bit, knows their buttons a bit, and are ready for the next step. I do welcome beginners, but urge you to get out your manual before the class and read as much as you can with it, if not all of it to really not get overwhelmed during these 2 classes. They are information packed!!

These classes do fill up fast, so if you think you want a friend to join you, just let me know as soon as possible so that you can get into the same class. I look forward to meeting you and having fun exploring all the buttons and creating some great images!! Here's to happy shooting!


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