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What You'll Get
America’s prisons are full of novice photographers, who are often confused by the notions of “shooting” subjects, “capturing” beautiful objects, and “removing” red eyes. Keep your pictures pretty and your record clean with today's Groupon: for $45, you get a two-hour single-lens reflex/digital single-lens reflex camera class or a two-hour point-and-shoot course from Jason Domingues Photography (a $100 value). Class participants must be 16 or older.
An acclaimed wedding photographer whose work has been featured in the New York Times online edition, Jason Domingues teaches developing shutterbugs how to snap well-framed portraits, landscapes, and moon-landing shots. Students can choose to take part in the point-and-shoot class—aimed at novices without a SLR/DSLR camera—or one of five SLR/DSLR classes, then travel to Domingues' picturesque studio equipped with a camera, note pad, pen, and bucket for toting home pearls of wisdom. In the What The….? SLR/DSLR course, students learn the meaning of all the oddly shaped buttons on their cameras, as well as techniques for organizing and storing digital photos in the null space between dimensions. Other DSLR courses cover topics from lighting to editing, while point-and-shoot classes help students absorb concepts such as the essentials of framing, methods for using natural light, and other techniques for trapping friends and scenery in flat memory-cages.
Most Jason Domingues Photography classes combine fact-packed lectures with opportunities for shooting practice and Q&A, ensuring no student goes home with lingering questions about where baby cameras come from. Consult the DSLR and point-and-shoot schedules to avoid conflicts with your cat yoga courses; class schedules change monthly, so check back if the class you want isn't offered.
- Earlier this month Domingues took part in a Trash the Dress session involving 11 brides and several photographers in Atlantic City, N.J., an event to publicize the phenomenon and train photographers. – Tim Engle, AZCentral.com
- Jason is a fabulous photographer and a nice guy. His shots are a bit more artistic than run-of-the-mill wedding poses, but the main selling point for me was that he put me at ease and basically took pictures of us having fun, so everyone ended up looking beautiful. – Carissa419, WeddingWire
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Reservation required; subject to availability. 48hr cancellation notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply at appointment. Must be 16 or older. Must bring own camera. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jason Domingues Photography
A woman in a gown runs through a fountain. A little girl wearing Mickey Mouse ears watches an airplane as it rolls up to the gate. The footprints of newlyweds mark a red carpet. The images that photographer Jason Domingues captures aren't always expected. In fact, Domingues seeks out unpredictable angles and hones in on surprising details while snapping shots for weddings, family portraits, engagement sessions, and senior pictures. The memory preservation specialist has been featured in the New York Times for his innovative approach to photography and was named a Fear Less Photographer––1 of about 900 photographers nationwide who create artful, sometimes avant-garde wedding portraits.
Unlike many professional artists, Domingues loves to share his secrets, hosting classes for shutterbugs of all skill levels to learn how to effectively use cameras to generate awe-inspiring photos of landscapes and politicians checking their mail. His in-class lectures acquaint beginners to basic concepts, he also takes more advanced students to the city streets and provides ongoing critique and tips while watching them frame shots.