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Beginning Digital Photography:
Mondays: July 8th- Aug 26th 7-9 PM
Tuesday: July 9th- Aug 27th 7-9 PM
Advanced Photography: Level 1
Wednesday: July 10th- Aug 28th 7-9 PM
Advanced Photography: Level 2
You MUST have taken Level 1 prior to registering for this course.
Thursday: July 11th -Aug 29th 7-9PM
All classes will be held at my home/studio:
596 Eavey Street Xenia, Ohio
For Information Call: 937-372-8718
Category Archives: fall color
Happy Thanksgiving !!
Fall Color Photo Workshop October 13th & 14th 2012 Back by request is the popular Fall Color Photo Workshop. A two day autumn adventure held in and around Hocking Hills State Park. Located in one of the most beautiful areas … Continue reading
This giant was originally a pine tree. In driving past, the angle and the light were just right to reveal this dragon hidden inside. One of the points I always emphasize in my photo classes is learning to see creatively. … Continue reading
The students ask, “What are leading lines?’ and I try to articulate a good response. This is the easy way to explain that concept. A line or lines that move the viewers eye through the image in the manner the … Continue reading
Ah, the benefits of a little time out of the studio. Having felt as though I was imprisoned by work these last few days, I jumped at the chance to get out a bit. A local park, one of the … Continue reading
On the way back home from a photo trip to the southern part of the state we ran across this vignette of rural Americana. A convenience store in a small town with a wonderful front porch area. The autumn mums … Continue reading
Some times, when you are out working, things just come together for a good image. We were out doing some autumn portraits for a class demonstration and came upon this shaft of sunlight falling right on the old plow. After … Continue reading
The classes have started, the leaves are falling, a chill is in the air, sweaters have been brought out of the closets, and my driveway crunches with dry remnants of summer as I walk out to get the mail. But, … Continue reading