Well the first one’s free.
Here’s the deal. I’ve really been enjoying giving photography lectures to different photography and camera clubs but I want to be able to provide college level information and understanding. Unfortunately a lecture here and there just won’t do it. I’m going to start weekly photography classes. The class will meet every Tuesday at 6:30pm to 8pm at Cypress Creek Diner until the course is complete.
Learn How to take better pictures!
- Why photos come out too Light or too Dark
- Different solutions for the exposure issue
- Taming Tricky Lighting situations
- Why shooting telephoto is like shooting a pistol
- When to use flash
- When not to use Flash
- Much More
- What isPhotography
- What’s Digital difference
- Qualities of Light
- What is Exposure & Exposure issues
- Aperature, ISO, Shutter Speed
- Depth of Field
There will be weekly assignments (sort of). How long will the course take? I DON’T KNOW! But I anticipate 6-10 weeks. I gave a lecture for my church group and was given an hour and a half. I created an outline but got through only half of it. So you’ll get to keep coming every week until the all the topics are completed.
I paid thousand of dollars for my Photography education at Sam Houston State University. The best school at that time in the State for a Photography Education. You can pay thousands of dollars at The Houston Art Institute (I checked it out) and not get the benefit of a Seasoned Professional. You don’t have to pay that much. I’ll teach you all the pertinent Photography stuff you need to know. Plus you’ll get free advice every week during the Q & A time.
The class starts out at a basic level and quickly goes intermediate with some advanced stuff sprinkled in. How Much? Intro Rate is Just $45. Once my first class give me some input that rate will likely go up. Remember the class you visit is Free! If your not sure if the class is for you just visit us as a guest once & see. (What have you got to lose?)
This week I’ll demonstrate what difference you can expect to see when shooting raw vs. shooting straight to jpg. Perhaps I’ll have some print samples of the two methods as well.
SPECIAL EVENT: We’ll also discuss a “Trash The Dress” location photo shoot that I & model Megan Wannarka are coordinating for next Monday morning!
We will be meeting at Cypress Creek Diner for the until the close of this course. Need a Map to the location? Go to: