Getting photos taken is a great way to document your life and convince yourself at any given moment that you're not just a brain floating in a jar somewhere. Get existential evidence with this Groupon.
$49 for a Two-Hour Beginner's Photography Class ($125 Value)
The beginner’s photography class acquaints camera novices with the f-stop, shutter speed, and ISO settings on their own digital point-and-shoot or DSLR cameras. After arming her charges with the technical basics, instructor Jessica Christensen delves into such formal topics as posing, isolating the subject, and properly using the flash.
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Jessica Christensen has spent much of her decade-long career photographing models prone to unexplained screaming fits—babies. Families in her First Year Baby Club enjoy a year’s worth of quarterly photo sessions, which document their tot’s transformation from a baby to a baby who makes mortgage payments. For subjects with more birthdays under their belts, Christensen captures lifelong connections in vivid, high-contrast shots of parents and children or newlyweds.
Christensen also helps budding photographers to compose their own professional-quality images with hands-on photo courses. Her introductory sessions focus on camera settings for point-and-shoots and DSLRs alike. More advanced workshops explore the shores of Lake Michigan and other outdoor venues, and they frequently involve portraiture practice with live models, rather than the less expressive faces of text-message emoticons.
88% of 48 customers recommend
“Excellent class with a great teacher that explained some basics, giving me much more confidence and eagerness to use my camera!”
“Jessica is an excellent teacher....she knows her craft very well, and applies it well for her students. I'm looking forward to more lessons from her. Highly...”
“Jessica is an excellent teacher....she knows her craft very well, and applies it well for her students. I'm looking forward to more lessons from her. Highly highly recommend :))”
“Your beginner class was great, would you consider an advanced class?”