Join me for a casual and approachable camera class!
Bring yourself and your DSLR or Mirrorless camera and encourage your friends to sign up as well. This casual, hands-on class takes place in my Milwaukee studio and is designed to help you get familiar with your camera, it’s functions and turn photography from frustrating to fun.
We’ll cover the basics of exposure and what settings are needed for specific situations, whether that's for an upcoming vacation, a Saturday morning soccer game or to capture a toddler who never sits still.
My goal is get you away from shooting on auto and more comfortable shooting in the creative modes (A, S/Tv, M).
I keep classes small so that everyone can have their specific questions answered and leave feeling more confident in their ability to capture the moment.
Sunday, June 4, 2023 3-5pm - Register online!
Arts @ Large
1100 S 5th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53204
This class is complimentary but a donation to Arts @ Large is encouraged !
Looking for something beyond the basics? Have questions that are more specific than what's covered in my camera class? Consider a 1:1 lesson where all of our time and conversation will be customized to your needs. We can talk shooting, editing, business, etc. $200 for a two-hour lesson . Package rates available.
Can't make any of the classes listed? Fill out the form below and I'll let you know as soon as new dates are released. Classes are typically run every 6-8 weeks based on demand.
The class I took was incredibly helpful. In an afternoon I learned enough to become comfortable using our camera for the first time. She was easy to understand on a topic that I have had a hard time learning about in the past. - Margaret
Really casual class, informal which allows for questions, conversation and a relaxed atmosphere. Very informative, especially for beginners. - Daniel
After two years with my camera, I can finally truly use it! - Abby
Your style of teaching is excellent. Small class size is also helpful.
You had wonderful materials and resources that simplified everything. The basic details were the main focus while everyone was able to ask individual questions.