Digital cameras make it easier for their owners to view pictures instantly and finally see what the inside of the lens cap looks like in high definition. Master film-free photography with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for a four-hour introductory DSLR photography class for one (a $265 value)
- $65 for a four-hour introductory DSLR photography class for two (a $530 value)<p>
During the four-hour introductory course, students will stop shooting in auto mode and learn how to use the myriad settings available on DSLR cameras. Additional topics covered in the class include outdoor lighting, composition, and basic editing in Adobe Photoshop.
Students must bring a DSLR camera, along with the owner’s manual. Optionally, prospective shutterbugs may bring personal laptops equipped with Adobe Photoshop. Classes are currently scheduled on Wednesday, May 2, and Saturday, May 26. The staff will add additional classes as necessary.<p>
Ivy Studios Photography
Shelly Ivy's parents probably figured they were indulging a passing phase when they bought their 8-year-old daughter a blue camera with a flash bulb. As it turns out, that gift steered Shelly toward a career in photography that fully manifested when she opened Ivy Studios Photography with her husband Brandon. The duo specializes in wedding and portrait photography, and their work regularly graces Wedding Wire's Bride's Choice awards. Sharing a fondness for rock 'n' roll, they bring an enthusiastic energy to their clients' photo shoots, which commemorate occasions ranging from happy nuptials and momentous graduations to the fire walk that closes out every family reunion. When they're not focusing lenses on brides or setting up surveillance on ring bearers, the pair stages introductory and advanced photography classes that help students fluently maneuver around their digital cameras.