When I'm out shooting a portrait session at a Northwest Indiana park or a wedding or even some of my studio sessions, I'm often asked technical questions about digital photography. I try to help where I can, but it's usually not the place and time for me to stop what I'm doing and give any tutorials. Since February is my slow time of the year, I thought it would be perfect to hold a free beginner to intermediate class on the basics of digital photography.
The first hour of the class will cover basic settings, composition and photographic philosophies. The second hour will be an open Q&A session where participants can ask anything they want. Yes, the holy grail of all photography questions will be answered. 'What Camera Should I Buy?' is something I usually shrug off. However, I will be answering this question on this night. :)
- Where: Griffith Public Library - 1215 E. 45th Ave., Griffith, IN (219) 838-2825
- When: Tuesday, February 11, 2014 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
- Cost: Free to the Public
I encourage you to call the library number listed above to get signed up for the class. If for some reason the class is canceled (weather, etc.), then you can be notified.
I'm a portrait and event photographer, but bring your landscape and nature photography questions as well. I will help you to achieve better results with your Compact, DSLR or Mirror Less camera. It will not be a brand specific or model specific class. You are welcome to bring your equipment, but I won't be doing one on one menu tutorials for specific cameras.
Looking forward to seeing you at The Digital Photography Crash Course on February 11th!!
NOTE: This summer I will be offering in depth photography workshops where I will cover everything from studio photography to on location portraits. Those workshop will be a paid offering and I will be announcing them here sometime this Spring.