I’m super excited to announce that I’m currently enrolling “class 105″ for my 101 level photography workshop – “How to make a photograph the manual way”. This is the 5th time I’ve taught this workshop and i’m more excited about this now than ever before. I’ve got a passion to teach photography and camera usage… now I just need you, if you are passionate about learning and learning from me.

I’ve got a few seats still available.. for this upcoming class. Here are the dates and times:

This will likely be the last workshop I teach in the 2012 calendar year – with the next likely to be spring 2013 before I do another! Don’t delay, signup today!

Thursday’s in July – 3 class evenings total for this one workshop:
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Thursday July 5th – 6-9pm (Classroom Theory)
Thursday July 12th – 4-8pm (on-location shootshop)
Thursday July 19th – 6-9pm (student projects – classroom)

Cost of the Workshop is: $ 225 + tax per seat

——-IS THIS FOR YOU ?————-
Here’s some thoughts on who this workshop is for:
This Workshop is for you if you:
…have a DSLR and want to know what equipment to invest in next
…use auto mode a majority of the time
…use the popup flash on the front of the camera
…aren’t happy with the results you’ve been getting from your camera
…are curious how ISO, Shutter Speed & F-stop relate to each other in order to
properly expose an image
…want to learn to be more artistic in your approach to photography
…want some general tips, tricks and rules of thumb to improve your skills as a
photographer

For more info and detailed review of the workshop look at these two previous posts:
Class 101
http://www.traviswilliamsphotography.com/blog/?p=2592
Class 102
http://www.traviswilliamsphotography.com/blog/?p=2799

Here’s a look at “Class 104″ – so much fun was had !

Are you going to be one of these “question marks” in the title image above for the next workshop???

I can be reached:

Travis Williams Photography
weeums@gmail.com
520.248.1611

Please read reviews from previous students that may be found in the comments section below:

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