$49 for a Three-Hour Outdoor Photography Class from Jennifer Owens Photography ($150 Value)

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At an outdoor location, such as a state park or zoo, students learn to capture the beauty of nature during a three-hour introductory class

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Expires Apr 21st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Registration required. Must bring own camera, lenses, and camera's manual. Subject to weather. Class hours must be redeemed by the same person. View the class schedule here. Classes on 2/10/13, 3/23/13, and 4/20/13 at Roger Williams Park Zoo do not include the price of admission. No additional fees for other locations/dates. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$49 for a Three-Hour Basic Photography Class ($150 Value)

During each scheduled class, at least 10 students bring their cameras, lenses, and manuals to learn fundamentals such as aperture and composition in an outdoor setting filled with natural light. Classes on 2/10/13, 3/23/13, and 4/20/13 are held at Roger Williams Park Zoo and do not include the price of admission.

Jennifer Owens Photography

Drawing creative inspiration from hobbies that include crafting and cooking, photographer Jennifer Owens specializes in capturing spur-of-the-moment images of engaged couples, families, and newborns. She also shares her expertise in classes that introduce beginners to concepts such as adjusting ISO settings on a digital camera or using the right shutter speed for moving subjects. Owens is equally comfortable in outdoor settings, and can demonstrate how to take advantage of the magical "golden hour," the time around dawn or dusk when the sun adds warmth to portraits and turns photographers’ photos of raw pizza dough into fully baked pizzas.