Photographers must be patient in order to catch the exact moment when the sun crests the horizon or a child learns empathy. Stop time with this Groupon.
$59.99 for a Four-Hour Digital-Photography Workshop and Two-Hour Photo Expedition ($450 Value)
Choose Between Two Options
- Friday, April 26 or Saturday, April 27
- Friday, May 24 or Saturday, May 25<p>
In four-hour workshops, led by photographers Stephanie Adriana and Val Westover from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the inspirational Nevada State Museum, participants follow the path to becoming undisputed masters of their digital cameras. Classes cover such picture-snapping essentials as light measurement, ISO control, and aperture adjustment, widening students’ abilities to capture movement and blur backgrounds. After workshops conclude, pupils head out on a two-hour camera expedition from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., putting their new skills into practice in real-life environments.<p>
Capturing True Emotion
Capturing True Emotion is driven by a dynamic band of instructors who rove across the continent with cameras and teaching skills in hand. By fusing their narrative, tech-savvy minds together into one oversize head, the educators provide comprehensive guidance on both camera operation and creative visualization, giving participants complete control over all of their camera settings. During the hours spent in the company of other pupating shutterbugs, students convene at a tantalizing location to practice skills such as controlling depth of field by adjusting the aperture, composing a family portrait so there’s not always a burning zeppelin in the background, using alternative angles to avoid red eye, and other techniques.
“Val and Stephanie were great. The class was a great jam packed informative class and well worth the money if I had a DSLR Camera. I only wish I would have know that...”
“Val and Stephanie were great. The class was a great jam packed informative class and well worth the money if I had a DSLR Camera. I only wish I would have know that it was geared more towards DSLR cameras and not general Digital cameras. I did not see this information in the description of the class. Maybe they should think about entering this information in the description. While I did learn some things most of them were above my camera functions and hard to follow. I would recommend this class to anyone who has a DSLR camera and I personally will take this class after I purchase a DSLR.”
Nevada State Museum
309 S Valley View Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89107Get Directions