Come learn Photography this 4th of July Weekend…

Sunday is around the corner, 4th of July, and you have this cool new digital camera that you have not quite figured out how it fully works. Well here is your chance to learn how to operate the contraption, as well as get some great photographs of your friends and family this 4th of July. Now you will be able to adjust your camera to the best settings in order to capture every moment of the holiday. Whether you want to get pictures of you mom and dad preparing the meals, or you sons and/or daughters playing games, or your friends and family doing foolish things you can later use as blackmail.

Some come join us at our Studio on West St to learn more about your camera. The class is from 4:30 to 9pm, Saturday July 2nd, 2011 from 4:30 to 9pm. The seating is limited in order to give you more hands on time, as well as to allow for questions from everyone. Since this is a holiday weekend, we expect seating to be very low. And since this is my last month teaching these workshops, we wanted to offer this class as much as we could this month to allow everyone a chance of attending.

The cost of the workshop is $85.00, and with it you get an 8-week photography course in 4 1/2 hours (think of this as the cliff notes of a fundamentals workshop). You will also receive a workbook/handout that Shelley and I worked rigorously to create for you. Many of hours, days, weeks, and months were spent on designing the workbook, thanks in part to Royal Bean (across from Meredith) for serving us the coffee and soda we needed to create the handout, as well as the location for the workspace.

So come join us on our last few workshops!

Call and ask for Greg or Shelley to sign up.


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