Good photographs can be ruined by redeye, when the bright light of the flash causes eyeballs to protect themselves by turning completely around and exposing their brain cords. Stare straight with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for a three-part beginner digital-photography workshop (a $180 value)
- $109 for the above photography workshop for two (a $360 value)
Workshops begin with a two-hour class explaining camera functions. Whether toting a point-and-shoot, bridge, or entry-level DSLR camera, students will learn the ins and outs of their soul-snatchers along with various picture-taking techniques. Classes end with an explanation of evening light and night photography, a handy segue to the outdoor, one-hour photo tour of Scottdale’s downtown Art District. During this time, students get the chance to practice the lessons learned in class as they take advantage of the photographic potential afforded by the setting sun.
At a later date, students return to Photomart to wrap up their workshop with a peer review and critique. Instructors and guest photographers will offer feedback about material and presentation choices to help students perfect their work. Workshops finish with a discussion about how to best approach galleries and options for selling work.
The specialists at Photomart commit themselves to the art of photography and its many forms by supplying professional equipment and conducting informative workshops. Their extensive supply includes lighting kits, stands, and reflectors for studio shoots, along with camera bags, cases, and tripods for on-location sessions. Photographers in need of a short-term solution can rent high-quality camera accessories from Photomart—including Nikon and Canon cameras, lenses, backgrounds, and lighting equipment—by the day, weekend, or week. In addition to digital gear, the shop carries a selection of film, paper, and chemistry for those who are dedicated to traditional photography or allergic to pixels.
90% of 31 customers recommend
“A great value for the money. The instructor made the class the value that it is.”