Sat, Sep 14
9:30am - 3:30pm
5 classes have spots left
Learn the basics of photography beginning with metering, aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. We'll spend time learning about composition, color harmony, equipment, flash and gadgets. Class is designed for Digital SLR and mirrorless cameras. Please bring your camera and camera manual to class.
Saturday Sep 14th, 9:30am - 3:30pm
Learn how to plan, light and photograph still life and macro subjects. Selecting backgrounds and directional lighting will be covered in this hands-on workshop. Digital SLR or mirrorless cameras. This is a hands-on class so please bring your camera, tripod, lenses, flash, some flowers, a vase, and maybe a scarf to class.
Thursday Aug 22nd, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Photoshop CC and Lightroom are powerful tools for photographers shooting with digital cameras. The options are unlimited but also overwhelming. Learn about Camera RAW, histograms, clipping, file browser, metadata, and a proven workflow that gets photos off your computer and into use. Please Note: No need to bring a laptop.
Thursday Sep 19th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
For generations women have been conditioned to believe birth is a terrifying and painful experience. We have been bombarded with horror story after horror story, the next being more frightening than the last. Because of this, women have forgotten or just don't believe their bodies are capable of having a normal, natural birth. This is why HypnoBirthing®...
Sunday Sep 22nd, 11am - 1:30pm(5 sessions)
Learn how to use your flash on your camera in a fun class that will use subject in low light. Discover why your photos taken with flash are washed-out or under-exposed. Bring digital camera, flash, tripod, camera manual and flash manual. Class is designed for cameras that have hot shoes for mounting auxillary flashes.
Thursday Dec 12th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Photoshop layers are powerful but very confusing. Bring your laptop to class, load sample photos, and then learn the basics of layers. We'll work on three sets of images in class. Great way to get started using one of the most powerful tools in the Adobe suite.
Designed for students who have attended my Photoshop for Photographer class or watched my video tutorials on YouTube and are ready for more. This class is more in-depth and assumes a basic understanding of Photoshop CC or Lightroom. We'll concentrate on the tabs in Photoshop CC Adobe Camera Raw and the Develop module in Lightroom.
You've learned the basics of f/stop, shutter speed, and metering and now it's time to gather a few more skills. Learn how to photograph pets, children, at night, and on vacation.
We'll use the buildings and streets to learn how to capture different outdoor lighting situations, how to get a correct exposure, and how your camera works under low light situations. Required Materials: A tripod is a must for this class. Also bring camera, manual, extra battery, wide angle lens, flash, small flashlight, and memory cards. Walking...
Wednesday Apr 17th, 7pm - 9:30pm
There are a number of different ways to make money with your camera. Let's talk about how you can make money through a business that specializes in portrait, wedding, youth sports, or event photography. This class will include the technical specifications of a good image, equipment, building a website, posting images for direct sale, pricing...
Photoshop CC and Lightroom are powerful tools for photographers shooting with digital cameras. The options are unlimited but also overwhelming. Learn about Camera RAW, histograms, clipping, file browser, metadata, and a proven workflow that gets photos off your computer and into use. No need to bring a laptop
We encounter action in sports, wildlife, auto racing, and even when a child jumps into the air. Join us for an evening of learning and discussing action photography. Bring your camera to class so we can review settings and functions. Learn about stopping action, blurring action, equipment, lenses and other things that make action photos...
Do your friends tell you that your photos should be in calendars? Want to see your images in a magazine? Learn the basics of how to market your photography. We’ll talk about the language of the industry, packaging your images for shipment, cataloguing your images, and legal considerations.
Is your photo good or are your Facebook friends just being kind? Is your family the best judge of your photography work? Join us for an evening of honest, constructive, but critical talk about photos. Participants will bring five photos for critique. Kathy Adams Clark, professional photographer, will moderate the class
The view through a crystal ball -- also called a glass orb -- is very different. The world goes upside down but also does other things. The way we look and photograph a scene completely changes. Join me for this evening of photography fun. Bring your camera, tripod, wide-angle lens, and medium telephoto lens. We'll walk about a mile.