Digital cameras were originally created to eliminate the need for lengthy film processing times and to allow naturalists to photograph computer viruses in their natural habitat. Snap a wild e-mail worm with today’s Groupon to Brian Jorg Outdoors. Choose between the following options:
- For $22, you get a half-day photography course for one.
- For $40, you get a half-day photography course for two.<p>
Trained photographer Brian Jorg bolsters his students’ shutter skills during half-day digital photography classes. During the three-hour fundamentals of digital photography course, he’ll teach newbies how to adjust their digital SLR camera’s shutter speed, F-stop, and contact-lens prescription to capture clearer images in travel, sports, and wildlife-photography situations. Amateur memory wranglers in all classes should bring their own cameras unless they plan to take pictures by making a frame with their thumbs and forefingers, then saying “click.”
Brian Jorg Outdoors
When horticulturalist Brian F. Jorg isn't cultivating native plants at The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, he treks up to 20,000 miles a year on globe-trotting photographic excursions. As he leads guests through the Great Smoky Mountains or the Peruvian Amazon, he captures nature's grandeur with his digital camera, sharing his ever-increasing portfolio with the world through field guides, educational displays, and mass text messages addressed to “world.” Brian's passion for nature overflows not only into his photography, but into community activities. He can often be seen sharing his horticultural wisdom at area flower shows, teaching classes to the general public, or snapping dynamic images at sporting events.