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What You'll Get
Nature photography gives audiences a safe way to see wild animals up close, unlike playing spin-the-bottle with a rhinoceros. Hone your picture-taking craft with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a six-hour hands-on digital-photography class, plus an one-hour guided photography field trip from Your Photo Safari (a $229 value).
Helmed by professional picture snappers Gene Taylor and Megan Varone, Your Photo Safari edifies pupils with hard-won photography wisdom. Each aspiring lens-person must bring their own DSLR or other advanced-feature digital camera to their six-hour photography class, which will commence with a classroom-style chat to demystify button-laden time stoppers before moving on to more advanced topics. The teachers' relaxed presentation styles put brain matter at ease as students learn to select shutter speeds, choose color balance, and automatically add flamboyant mustaches to any subject.
At the end of the class, instructors shepherd students outside for a one-hour photo walk (weather permitting), affording snapshot squires the chance to practice new techniques under professional tutelage and highly critical tree squirrels. Check the website for available course dates and exact locations—new sessions will be added throughout the year.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 9, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Cameras are not provided. Must be 16 or older or accompanied by an adult. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
During classes at Your Photo Safari, a certified professional photographer with more than 30 years of experience introduces students to the photographic arts and the workings of DSLR cameras. Sessions begin in classroom settings, allowing students to get acquainted with camera basics as well as advanced features such as setting white balance and reducing blur. After learning how to navigate the multiple settings and buttons on their digital cameras, students traipse to area gardens to explore the natural world through their lenses. The hands-on experience allows students to take home artfully composed shots of plants bathed in natural light or trees planking over riverbanks in a bid for Internet fame.