Everyone wants to capture photos to remember an event, a place, or a person. Initially it looks easy; pick up the camera, point and shoot. The image and the memory is officially captured. But later, as you scroll through your images, you start noticing that the image looks a too dark, too light, or just out of focus. You may ask yourself, “How can I do it better?” This class will help you answer that question.
Who should take photography classes?
Do you finally have that fancy new DSLR, but you don’t understand what all those dials and buttons do?
Has your DSLR has become an expensive point and shoot camera because you only use the program modes?
Do you want to create better photos, but don’t understand the basics of DSLR photography and basic composition?
Do you want to know why you should use a lens other than the kit lens that came with the camera?
Do you want to learn ways to find a single image in the thousands you want to capture.
If you answered “yes” to any of these question, photography classes may be right for you! Contact us today and start creating better photos!
Group and One on One Instruction
Our one on one personalized training is fully customizable to fit your needs. From beginner to advanced, we will guide you every step of the way. These classes are perfect for the busy person who wants to set up a flexible schedule that fits your needs. Our group sessions are a fun and inviting atmosphere. Students have the opportunity to work with each other to create beautiful works of art.
Here’s how it works:
Individual instruction is $250 and can be customized to fit your individual needs and schedule.
Group Sessions are $175 per person. Ask about our private group lesson pricing!
Each session lasts for 5 days.
Private group lessons – above rates apply, with an additional flat charge of $15/student to a maximum of 6 additional students.
To schedule a personalized training lesson or for questions about the training class, call 470-266-0013. Available times fill quickly.
Introduction to DSLR Photography (5 day Course)
Day 1: Intro to Photography, Types of Photography, and Basic Camera Operation
Day 2: White Balance, Scene Selection, ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed
Day 3: Understanding Lenses
Day 4: Studio and Outdoor Portraiture
Day 5: Composition and Presentation