Lumen Dei: One Day Workshop in Temple, Texas
On April 05, 2008 Matt Brandon and I will be conducting a one day workshop for amateur and intermediate photographers looking to hone their skills.
Digital photography offers an unprecedented level of control as a photographer, but ya gotta know your stuff. This is “know your stuff” bootcamp. We’ll begin the day with a photoshoot and discuss technical and creative issues, then we’ll show you how to use Adobe Lightroom and dip into Photoshop. Lots of time for questions, too. Our goal is to cram your head full to bustin’ with know-how. Our class is limited to 25 so it’s first-come, first-served, but the small class size means you’ll have a fightin’ chance at working through the hard stuff with some personal attention.
9am to 4pm on April 5th, 2008
Location: PDI, 3407 S.31st St., Temple, TX
Cost is $99.00
For more information contact Matt Brandon at 254-231-1517 or email@example.com
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