Back to School for Beginners Photography

CrayonPicThere’s something about all that new stationery in every shop you go into that makes even the most reluctant student want to return to school. This Fall, why not consider beefing up your photography skills with some help from the professionals and investing in a photography class or two?

Beginners photography classes are being held all over the country.  Check out your local Community centers and Artist centers for reasonably price introduction to photography classes.  I hear the Nikon school of Photography is also touring it’s way around the country – a great resource for Nikon users.

If you fancy some one to one tuition I’m here as always serving the Atlanta Metro area and my September/ October calender is almost full. Check out CameraShy for more information or email me.

No time to fit in a class?  Check out my “Master your DSLR” online photography course

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I’m afraid I get laughed out of almost all classes that require real talent. My photography is almost as bad as my artwork, and that’s saying a lot. Even my writing is doing good to get the positive reviews it has gathered so far, considering most of it is rough draft seat-of-the-pants writing. -.-

Arnold M. Wilson

I think that most beginning photographers will find it interesting to attend high level photography classes for beginners. Be sure that it is expedient to invest in photography classes to master an art of photography properly!

Andrea Borja

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“I think that most beginning photographers will find it interesting to attend high level photography classes for beginners. Be sure that it is expedient to invest in photography classes to master an art of photography properly!”

Thanks I’ve never seen it from that point. I’m always thought as a beginner, you should start from the bottom thinking that even beginner’s class for high level photography might be too much. Thanks for the info !

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