Before cameras, people seeking to leave a legacy could only hope to secure their place in future textbooks by poisoning the emperor. Avoid being a mere footnote with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $50.99 for a three-hour beginners' DSLR-camera workshop for one (a $99 value)
- $95 for a three-hour beginners' DSLR-camera workshop for two (a $198 value)
The three-hour workshop, titled Take Your Camera Off Program Mode!, explores concepts such as aperture, shutter speed, and white balance. Students learn to properly focus the camera, distinguish between different lenses, and arrange composition. The next scheduled class will take place on Tuesday, November 5, from 6 p.m to 9 p.m.
Okello Dunkley designs his workshops for students who have just bought or are thinking of buying a DLSR camera but are mystified by its myriad gadgets and gizmos. The accessible nature of these classes has helped Dunkley spread them into nearly a dozen locations across the Midwest and east coast, where students as young as 12 learn how to take a digital camera off automatic mode and manually manipulate ISO light sensors and aperture openings. More advanced classes delve into working with difficult light—such as cloudy weather or days when the sun is set on strobe light—and others explore how to navigate computer software for photo manipulation.
96% of 253 customers recommend
“Incredibly approachable, easy to understand, keeps the class light and really is a great teacher to the beginners.”
“He is an engaging, polished speak who clearly has not grown tired of explaining a subject he obviously enjoys and practices.”
“Great workshop! I've had the lecture classes that go over the various camera settings before, but being able to immediately grab my camera and take a few shots and...”
“Great workshop! I've had the lecture classes that go over the various camera settings before, but being able to immediately grab my camera and take a few shots and compare how the different settings (ISO, shutter speed, and aperture) affect the results was incredibly valuable. Now I just need someone to follow me around all day and provide feedback on the photos I take out in the "real world." :-)”