Class Sign-up Policy
All classes must be registered and paid in advance. To register for any classes please call Susan Francis at 407-227-6680 or sign up on-line. If you leave sign-up until the last minute you take the chance of possibly having that class canceled if there are not enough students registered. If you register and do not show up for a class you will forfeit the class fee, if you cannot make a class and call and cancel the morning of the class you will have a school credit towards any other class.
If you are not completely satisfied with your class, we will be pleased to refund the fee or give you credit towards another class. For questions regarding classes please call Susan Francis at 407-227-6680 or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Saturday Class! March 3 & 10
Harmon's School of Photography offers classes on most aspects of digital photography.
Whether you have just got your first digital camera, or you want to get more serious about your photography, our classes will provide the jumpstart you need.
The Nifty Fifty
Welcome to the classic portrait zone! The 50 mm focal length has been the keystone of 35mm photography since the 1930's. Master Photographers like Ralph Gibson and Henri Cartier-Bresson used just the '50' for everything from landscapes to portraiture. The fact is even the cheapest 50 mm lens is optically superior to any of the current crop of consumer zooms (18-55 mm or 18-105 mm variable aperture).
From a creative perspective, this is the lens you should be pulling a lot more frequently from your camera bag - and this exciting photography class will show you why.
You will need a digital SLR, 50 mm prime lens, and a willingness to see light (and go light). In this class you will learn the characteristics of the 50 mm lens, explore its versatility, see the low-light advantage, learn about its 'bokeh' and get tips for going it alone.
This 2-week class is taught by Herbie Martin
Cost is $ 125
4:30-7pm at Harmon Photo