So here it is the slow season for photography- no weddings until the summer, no family sessions scheduled until March. And I’m trying to shoot for myself a bit, catch up on some projects, make some overdue doctors appointments/check ups, but if you know me you know I’m not happy unless I have about a million balls in the air all at once. So to that end, I’m offering some photography and photoshop tutorials to any bsquared readers/clients/friends who might want to learn how to better use their cameras (read: get out of auto mode and learn what all those dials and buttons actually do!!) learn some post processing in photoshop or lightroom, and learn a bit about photography in general. I’ll be offering both group classes as well as private lessons. All you’ll need is an SLR camera (the “big” ones where the lenses are interchangeable) and a brain. It would probably help to bring both to class.
Please note that the classes are only for beginners or those with some photography experience. No professional photographers nor those looking to become one. Just those of you who want to learn to do a great job taking pictures of your families/kids/parties/vacations.
Classes will be held in my home in the month of February, possibly adding a few in March depending on the interest and availability.
Daytime classes or private lessons for 2hrs available between the hours of 9:30am-12:30pm (we can get started anytime in that window). Evening classes or private lessons starting at 8:30pm until 10:30pm. A class is 3 or more people. 2 people is still considered a private lesson. We can decide on a syllabus for your class or private lesson based on what best fits your needs and what you want to learn.
Prices are $70 per person for a 2hr class, $85 per person for a 2hr private lesson. Discounts available to anyone who’d like to sign up for more than one 2hr class/lesson. Please contact me at bethbeyrer at yahoo dot com or thru the contact bar above if you’re interested in signing up! Looking forward to helping you on the other side of the lens!!
You too can be a professional like me. Where is that sarcasm font when you need it?