Did you recently get a new digital camera and now find yourself using it less than you’d like, because you just…aren’t…sure…? Does a camera you may even have had for a while intimidate you? Is the manual so full of words you aren’t certain of, that you’ve given up? Are you interested in stepping up your photography skills or buying a better camera, but hesitate?
Well, take heart! Bring your camera, your owner’s manual, your accessories and your questions with you on March 2 and 9, 2013 to my “Getting to Know Your Digital Camera” class. I welcome your questions and the opportunity to help. As a professional photographer for almost 30 years, I have been teaching photography for 12 years, including at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, The Hoyt Gallery of Fine Arts in New Castle, PA., the Trumbull Art Gallery of Warren, OH., and UAW northeast Ohio Continuing Education Center.
Now, I live in Frederick, and am raring to go again. Our earlier class in January was a great success, and there have been enough requests for a repeat that that is exactly what we’re going to do.
On Saturdays, March 2 and 9, 2013, from 3-5 PM is your chance to take part in this beginning level digital photography class, held at the Mac Business Solutions store at 11 South Market in Frederick, MD. It’s only $150 for the entire course, with a $75 registration fee. Come, take part and learn! Photography is so much more fun when you know what to do!
Call today to reserve your spot – 724-70-8513 or email email@example.com
Beginning Digital Photography Class offered again in Frederick, MD.
I offer full service professional photography for commercial applications. While located in Frederick, MD., I travel the world for clients, and specialize in photographic problem solving in the creation of images for use in advertising, communications, executive portraits and reports for business.
Photographer, blogger, educator and co-founder of www.theprofessionalphotographyforum.com
Call 724-730-8513 to learn more about how I might be able to help you with your photographic needs.