Photos preserve the most important of life’s fleeting moments, from the satisfied grin on a graduate’s face to the look of pensive introspection on a pair of recently retired bunny slippers. Learn to capture images in their natural habitat with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $50 for a photography and Photoshop class for one (a $400 value)
- $94 for the above class for two (an $800 value)
Each workshop is subdivided into four one-hour sections: the art of photography, camera and lighting essentials, a camera and lighting workshop, and the digital workflow that covers Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom basics. Students should bring their own cameras, be they iPhone cameras or DSLRs. See the class page for dates and times.
Beaux Arts Photography
Beaux Arts Photography's Sam Anise captures bold, lively photos of high-school seniors, families, children, and weddings. During each shoot, he anticipates moments, reacting to the personalities and actions of his subjects to create honest portraits entrenched in the styles of photojournalism and fashion. His laid-back, engaging personality puts models at ease while enlivening them like a squirt gun filled with hot fudge. In addition to flexing his own photography muscles, Anise teaches classes that elucidate camera anatomy, proper technique, and editing in Photoshop.
96% of 459 customers recommend
“Go ready to learn. Dan's presentation is awesome making concept easy to grasp. Do have an understanding of your camera. (not neccessarily the workings of specific...”
“Go ready to learn. Dan's presentation is awesome making concept easy to grasp. Do have an understanding of your camera. (not neccessarily the workings of specific features, but where locatedand general purpose along with how to change settings) While you will learn about them in class if you are not fiddling around with how to make it work, you will get more out of the exercise. Go have fun!!! ”
“This class was very informative and the photographer was very helpful. I would recommend this class to any beginner.”
“Be early as instructor does start on time. Great beginning class!”