Inland Empire photo workshop for all skill levels

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Whenever possible, hands on instruction is always best for learning photography

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Cost is $79

Date: Sun Mar 6, 2016

Time:8:30 a to 12:30 pm

Location: Fairmount Park
4450 Banks Drive, Riverside CA 92501

Photo instruction

After paying, please email me the make and model of your camera.

If you have pictures online send me a hyperlink so I can have an idea of your skill level. If you have a wish list of what you’d like to learn, that would be helpful as well. Thanks.

This workshop is for you if:

  • you bought a digital SLR camera but have been using it on the Program mode because you can’t seem to figure it out
  • you are considering buying a digital SLR but are using a Point & Shoot compact camera (you can borrow one for this class)
  • you know how to work the camera, but want to learn how to take better pictures
  • you need a refresher or are transitioning from film to digital


Any digital SLR camera which has interchangeable lenses.

Even a Point & Shoot camera might work for this class.
Contact me via email with the make and model number. I will be able to tell you by a quick online search.

BRING YOUR CAMERA MANUAL & something to take notes.

    You will learn:
  • what the knobs, buttons & dials on your camera do
  • Exposure ISO, Aperture and Shutter speeds
  • How those 3 basics settings control what you capture
  • Composition
  • Basic flash photography
  • File sizes, getting the best quality you can with your equipment
  • Saving files
  • How to choose post production photo-editing software and best practices on how to archive your pictures

This class will emphasize camera handling.Post production, editing will be emphasized in another class Part 2.

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4 thoughts on “Inland Empire photo workshop for all skill levels”

  1. Renata,
    I’ll do just about anything to hold the interest of my students.

    I”m glad you like my take of the American Beauty picture, the one of me with rose petals?

    I do take my students places so we are always hands-on.

  2. Peter, the pics from your classes look so much fun! It is a shame you are so far.. It looks like that it would be so much fun and I loved the last picture of you laying on a bed of roses.. 😉

  3. Cut it out Tammy. My visitors are going to think you owe me money. 🙂

    Thank you for saying so.

    We can try “Skype” or “iChat” if you’re on a Mac??

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