Learn Photography Dayton Area

Joan

Photographers look for classes for a number of reasons.
There are absolute beginners needing to jump start their basic camera skills. There are the people who tell me: “I have had the camera for a while but I am still not getting the images I would like to achieve”.
Then you have the advanced amateurs who have reached a plateau in their progress and require a bit of jump starting in certain areas.
You can learn good camera and post processing skills as long as you are willing to put in the time needed for study and practice.
The place to learn and practice is right here and classes
are starting in 2 weeks on October 27th.
This is the place to be if you have ever wanted to really learn
both the vision and the good technical skills need to create great images.

Dayton Area Portrait Photographer & Teacher

Taylor's Senior Photos
Taylor’s Senior Photos


The new class term begins in a few weeks on October 27th.

If you have ever wished you could create great images, this is the place to learn.
Landscapes, portraits, children and pets….you will learn to photograph then all.
Please use the Paypal button in the side bar to sign up.  
I hope to be able to work with you.

 

Fall Classes starting

Taylor-Class of 2015
I have often been asked: ” Do you do portraits?”   YES, I do.
Although I love to do landscapes and nature images, people are best!
Lighting and Portrait photography is even taught in the advanced classes.

A reminder, Fall term starts Sept 2nd…the Beginning class will start on Sept 8th due to the Labor Day holiday.  You may sign up here in the side bar using Paypal.

Farm Yard Feline

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 setting up the camera for the  “Plow Photo”  this autumn colored feline walked out from behind the tree and stopped to take a good look at us.  We, of course reciprocated.  “That’s it kitty, a big smile”  :-)