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 Between Two Options
- $35 for a Canon Basics DSLR or Nikon Basics DSLR three-hour workshop (a $75 value)
- $10 for $20 toward any digital-photography class, such as the Photoshop Elements workshop ($100)
During each basic workshop, students bring their own Nikon DSLR or Canon DSLR camera and learn how to snap photos while employing the automatic and program modes. Instructors thoroughly explain digital cameras' multiple functions in conjunction with photography concepts, including proper exposure, auto focus, advanced modes, ISO, white balance, and AEB. Most classes are held at Memorial University of Newfoundland, though locations may vary.
Digital Boot Camp
Digital Boot Camp's leading drill sergeant Darrell Young's passion for digitized photography first encompassed close-up images of subjects but quickly progressed to include sweeping landscapes and flattering portraits. Today, the shutterbug enjoys turning his lens toward his 4-year-old daughter and helping others attain the knowledge and skills required to capture life's striking moments. Darrell's Canon or Nikon boot camps are hands-on workshops where novices and advanced photogs alike probe DSLR and digital-camera settings, glean Photoshop savvy, and tackle flash techniques in order to aptly draw out any subjects' beautiful red eyes.
84% of 37 customers recommend
“Good class for beginners.Purchased as a gift for my husband.”
“I bought this groupon as a gift for my husband who had recenty purchased a Canon Digital camera. This workshop was ideal as it was specific to his type of camera. ...”
“I bought this groupon as a gift for my husband who had recenty purchased a Canon Digital camera. This workshop was ideal as it was specific to his type of camera. He got a lot of useful information from the workshop and has since done an outdoor session and an intermediate session with the same business.”