Digital photography has eliminated the need for darkrooms, making the profession a lot less spooky. Get frightfully good photos with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $45 for four-hour digital photography class for one (a $300 value)
- $89 for four-hour digital photography class for two (a $600 value)
After an hour of mingling, instructor Ken Salos schools students with a discussion on exposure, functions, and lenses. He also demonstrates how to set up cameras for different types of shots. Students apply their new knowledge by taking pictures of various subjects for an hour before Ken closes the class with a thoughtful critique.
Students must supply their own DSLR cameras. Though Ken will bring his laptop for picture viewing, he encourages students to bring their own as well.
Ken S Photography
For Ken Salos, photography isn't so different from fishing. An experienced angler and second-generation captain, he developed patience and an eye for detail during a lifetime of hunting tarpon, redfish, and trout. These same talents now come in handy behind the camera, helping Ken teach his photography students how to coax eye-popping shots out of their DSLRs. Although Ken's face may stay behind the lens, his heart remains with the water. In addition to documenting his own fish stories, Ken also lends his skills as a fish-tracker and a shutterbug to his fellow fishermen and hunters by enshrining their trophies in rugged, understated portraits.