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This beginner digital photography course is meant to help you master your digital camera


This course is for the true beginner. Bring your digital camera to class and discover the knobs, buttons, dials and menus on your camera that you’ll need to know to create great images. At the end of this one-day class you will have the confidence and skills to make beautiful photographs! Key topics covered include: Camera Modes, Focus, ISO, Focus Area, Focus Mode, Exposure Mode, Flash (Fill), Composition, Tripod, Memory cards, Quality Light

Learn new techniques and advance your creative development.


This class is designed to build on the technical foundations developed by students in Digital Photo 1. At the conclusion of this one-day class, you will not only have a comprehensive understanding of the operation of your camera, you will also have learned fundamental techniques to advance your creative development as a photographic artist. Key topics covered include: Aperture Priority Mode, Shutter Priority Mode, Exposure, Compensation, Exposure & Metering, Lenses, Bracketing & HDR, Freezing Action & Creating Blur, Depth of Field and Pre Shot Checklist.



DATES & TIMES: Class Hours: 11:00am - 3:00pm. Class Dates: Saturday Sept 23rd & Sunday Sept 24th, 2023.


CLASS REQUIREMENTS: No prior experience necessary. 

CLASS SIZE: This class has a minimum of 4 participants.


WHAT TO BRING: Camera, lenses, camera card, camera manual (important). Tripod Optional


COST: This Two Part workshop has a registration fee of $195.00. Please register via the online form below. Snacks will be provided. Artist Members save 10% off all workshops.  Use your workshop member code at purchase for discount. 


Curtis Juliber: New York City native Curtis Juliber previously worked for 16 years at Apple Computer in various sales and marketing roles, working with many Twin Cities's ad agencies and publishing organizations. He has an MBA from Minnesota State University and a BSE from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Curtis has been working with digital images since 1994 and is always investigating software technologies to enhance his digital darkroom. A passionate wildlife photographer, his work has appeared in Wild Planet magazine as well as in corporate calendars and offices. 

QUESTIONS? For more information contact or call 612-345-5571.


CLASS WITHDRAWAL/CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY: Payment in full is required at the time of registration. If the class is full we will put you on a contact list for the next scheduled class. Notice of withdrawal must be made two weeks in advance. There is no penalty to transfer to the next scheduled class. A 50% refund can be issued at this time if that is your preference. There are no refunds for notice given less than two weeks before the class though transfers may be made up to one week in advance. There are no refunds for no shows.


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