Due to current safety concerns, all photography classes have been suspended until further notice. The schedule for future classes will be reassessed on or near September 8, 2020. Thank you for your patience as we have received many phone calls and emails asking to enroll in photography classes.
Register for one of the following photography classes:
Basic Photography Class ($69) – DATE TBD
We reserve the right to cancel a class if the minimum registration is not met, in which case all registrants may receive a refund or gift certificate for a future class.
Purchases made with a coupon are final, however tickets are transferrable (you may give your ticket to someone else). Class attendees under the age of 15 should have a parent or guardian purchase an additional ticket and accompany the teenager to the class. There is no maximum age limit for the class and often there is quite a wide range of ages in attendance. Cancelations must be made at least 3 days prior to the class for refunds or rain checks to be issued. Refunds or rain checks cannot be issued to any registered individual who is a “no-show” (does not attend the class.)
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GIFT CERTIFICATE HOLDERS If you already have a gift certificate for a photography class, you MUST register for a specific class in order to attend the class. Click the registration button above. Please locate your certificate number (bottom of certificate) as you will need to enter the number on the registration form. EACH individual MUST register for the class separately.
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PURCHASE A GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR A FUTURE CLASS
Due to an unusually high volume of sales, we are pausing the sale of gift certificates temporarily to allow current certificate holders to enroll in upcoming classes. Sales will resume later in the year. Sorry for any inconvenience!
This is a Canon and Nikon photography class and will equip you with the basic knowledge to adjust your camera’s settings. Other makes and models of cameras are also acceptable as long as they have manual exposure controls. A DSLR typically has detachable lenses allowing multiple lens choices. While this feature isn’t an absolute necessity, if you own a DSLR camera, you’ll get the most out of this class. You’ll learn about exposure and composition as well as the best types of photography equipment to invest in. There may be some specific camera accessories that will be helpful as you pursue your passion for making photographs, but often if you have a full understanding of the equipment you already own, you’ll be well on your way to making photographs that you’ll enjoy for a lifetime. See more about the class in the class description.