When I first started thinking about having photography classes the thought scared me. How on earth was I going to teach people how to use their DSLR cameras when I learned everything by Googling, reading blogs and watching tutorials on YouTube? I know what works for me and my style because I’ve shot so much and practiced so much. It’s second nature for me to pick up the camera and know what settings I need. Trying to figure out how to teach that was so hard for me. But, things seem to be going well at my first set of classes so I think I’m ready to try a 1-day photography class. Yes, that’s right, a 1-day class where you’ll spend 4 hours learning how to shoot in Aperture Priority Mode, Shutter Priority Mode and Manual Mode. You’ll also learn about light, exposure, composing a picture, focusing, etc. There’s a lot to learn but I promise it won’t be too overwhelming once you get started. The purpose of these classes is to get you off of “auto mode” and learn how to get the shots you want. The 6 girls who have been taking my class have been picking up on things very quickly and it’s been great to see the “lightbulb” moments when things finally click for them. Read below for more details on pricing, location, etc.
If you are interested, I ask you to please contact me and reserve your spot. I’m taking about 20 people because of space. You can contact me by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 618-713-3890.
For the class, you MUST have your own DSLR camera (not a point-n-shoot). I will not supply any cameras for the class. You will also be asked to bring all the lenses you currently own.
I WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTING CASH FOR THE CLASS. No checks please.