$69 for a Photography Workshop from Wilson Camera Digital Lab & Portrait Studio

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Bodie H. ·
· Redeemed April 19, 2017
A phenomenal photo class ! Larry is an excellent teacher and an all around great guy.


Jennifer L. · 3 reviews TOP REVIEWER
· Redeemed March 29, 2017
Instructor was very knowledgeable about cameras and did a great job explaining different techniques. I was hoping for a bit more hands on time but it was a large class and many people had different equipment and different questions so most time was taken up explaining the differences between cameras and answering questions.


David H. ·
Redeemed January 18, 2015
Great instructors very informative! Would recommend to everyone!

What You'll Get

Before photography, the only way people could preserve their most treasured memories was by forcing everyone around them to stand completely still for days at a time. Get schooled in a less complicated manner with today's Groupon: for $69, you get admission to one group photography workshop from Wilson Camera Digital Lab & Portrait Studio. Students must bring their own SLR, digital SLR, or advanced manual-mode point-and-shoot camera (or "bridge camera") for the workshop.

Wilson Camera instructs eager amateurs on how to expertly wield an SLR or advanced point-and-shoot camera to craft dazzling photographic images. During the 2.5-hour workshop, Rudolph Henninger shares professional techniques and tips gleaned from 37 years in the field. Digital compact cameras may be less complex and easier to sneak into celebrity dance competitions, but professionals prefer SLRs for their interchangeable lenses and time-melting shutter speeds. Hobbyists who prefer to brandish advanced point-and-shoots or bridge cameras needn't feel neglected; under Henniger's tutelage, students leaning toward either form of equipment will learn the skills—like metering, lighting, and posing, as well as mastery of ISO settings and f-stops—that go into creating stellar stills.

Although amateur detectives and owl paparazzi may prefer evening sessions, workshops take place on Saturday mornings and Wednesday afternoons for bright results. Classes are held in Papago Park, where students can snap scenic Southwestern vistas featuring the park's three lakes, sandstone buttes, and giant tumbleweeds made of fusilli noodles. Each class can accommodate up to 50 students, so reserve a spot in advance to boost your chance of hosting Ansel Adams's phantom between your ears for an afternoon. Wilson Camera will add more class dates as needed, so check the online calendar for an updated schedule. Please bring a lawn chair for seating if desired.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. New clients only. Must use in 1 visit. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Wilson Camera Digital Lab & Portrait Studio

Wilson Camera Digital Lab & Portrait Studio opened in 1954, back when most photos were still developed on papyrus scrolls. Nowadays, digital gear fills the store’s two locations, but photographer Rudolph Henninger still brings old-school photography knowledge to his work in the shop, drawing on more than 37 years of experience behind the camera. He and his staff offer photography services for weddings and family portraits, teach photography classes, and work in their photo lab to digitally restore old photos.

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