Digital technology has allowed for the introduction of many new art forms, just as Leonardo da Vinci once predicted on his blog. Upload a masterpiece with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $49 for an Intro to Photography class for 1 person on Saturday, February 23; includes $175 worth of photo tools (a $275 value)
- $89 for an Intro to Photography class for 2 people on Saturday, February 23; includes $175 worth of photo tools (a $550 value)
- $69 for a downloadable DVD version of Intro to Photography; includes $175 worth of photo tools (a $324 value)
The four-hour Intro to Photography Tour students learn fundamentals so they can to evolve their pic-snapping skills with any type of camera. The course teaches information such as camera settings, ISO light control, shutter speed, f-stops, properly composing photographs, how to use shooting modes to your advantage, and more. The downloadable DVD version (available for download starting March 15) covers the same topics and allows students to learn at their own pace at home. While not necessary to learn, students are encouraged to bring their cameras.
Each attendee receives $175 in free bonus tools and credits, including OnOne Software’s Perfect Photo Suite 7 Standard Edition, Graphic Authority photo template, and a $25 voucher from Mpix. Click here to view upcoming class times by location.
Monte Zucker Photographic Education
The Intro to Photography class is produced by Monte Zucker Photographic Education (MZPE), which provides quality professional photographic instruction. More than 30,000 enthusiastic students of all levels have attended their photographic tours on three continents over the past seven years to learn how to combine the power of technical expertise and artistic vision to create beautiful photos and films. In addition to offering the tours, MZPE produces instructional books and DVDs, as well as teaching in-depth photo-master classes around the world. The 2002 United Nations Photographer of the Year, celebrated photographer and mentor Monte Zucker once stated, "I don’t photograph the world as it is. I photograph the world as I would like it to be." Continuing on in his memory, current instructor Bob Ray teaches with an entertaining, passionate presentation that focuses on learning immediately in class. The experience provides an aspiring photographer a comprehensive set of tools to reach his or her artistic potential.