Do you have a Digital SLR camera, but only know how to use it in automatic mode? Treating it like a glorified point and shoot? Interested in photography, but need a good foundation course? Let me fix that and teach you how to be a better photographer in my 3 hour intro to DSLR photography workshop. We will even go over on-camera flashes, RAW processing, and lens choice.
Have a digital SLR camera and want to FINALLY how to use off-camera flash? You know, something more than that pop-up flash or that hotshoe on-camera flash? I will be teaching the fundamentals of “studio lighting” and how you can take the next step with your photography.
Class will be taking place in Norther Virginia, just outside of Washington DC on Sunday April 21, 2013 in a great studio space called Union 206.
Last time I taught for Living Social, I had a great time. Was given the opportunity to teach over 600 folks over the course of 4 weekends. I think my students walked away feeling like much more confident and improved photographers. For those of you that don’t know I have also done a variety of webinars, and workshops for conferences like Photoshop World, where I had the opportunity to speak in front of hundreds of inspired shooters. I love to shoot, but when I don’t do that, I love to teach. It’s great to have a chance to reach out and share with the photo community.
Bring your dreams into focus with today’s frame-worthy deal: Shoot over $99 and receive a three-hour outdoor DSLR photography course and walking tour with famed photographer/filmmaker Douglas Sonders at LivingSocial’s new 918 F Street location. Named one ofWashington Life magazine’s most-influential people under 40 and one of the city’s Top 25 Creatives, Sonders will take students on a tour through some of the District’s most beautiful spots, explaining the basics of shooting outdoors — from lighting to composition — to help intermediate photographers learn tricks to take their craft to the next level. Classes are offered on select Saturdays and Sundays starting on May 26 and students should bring their own DSLR camera. (In case of rain, Sonders will take students through a range of shooting techniques indoors, so there’s no need to be wary of water damage to your camera.) If you want to master this art form, step one is snapping up this deal. – Living Social Site
My special photography class that living social approached me to do to promote their new 918 F St building has almost sold all 500 seats in in about half a day with 2 days left in the offer! Holy Cow! Got phone calls across the country and from people I havent seen in 20 years about it. Unbelievable. That’s the power of Living Social. As of right now there are 71 seats left if you want to sign up. I’m sure I’ll be doing more special classes with Living Social in the future!
Check out the video & class info at the following link. Ill be doing 12 classes, 3 a weekend for 4 weeks, starting the weekend of February 25 and ending the weekend of March 17: http://tinyurl.com/7dqhvzc