- $40 for a three-hour manual photography workshop ($125 value)
The three-hour “In Camera Magic: The Workshop” aims to teach students how to take professional-quality photos that don’t require photoshop or other post-shoot editing. Students should own their own manual DSLR camera; accessories such as polarizer and manual flash are recommended, but not required.
Class time is 10 a.m. Students may choose from the following dates: May 16 or 20; June 13 or 30; or July 10 or 19.
In Focus Learning Center
Fine-art photographers Rod and Robin Deutschamnn founded In Focus Learning Center on a simple premise: a photo's quality depends on lighting, focus, and the photographer's vision. At In Focus Learning Center, they emphasize these keys to quality, downplaying high-tech gear and post-shoot editing. In their classes and symposiums, the shutterbugs focus on "manual photography," the art of manipulating a digital camera's settings to suit the desired shot—which could be a landscape, an infrared image, or an action shot of a baby on its first high-speed chase.