Understanding Your Camera and its Functions Meetup
Saturday 10 December
Larz Anderson Park - 2pm - 2 hours Hours
Do you have a new camera you are getting used to. Would you like to now how it functions? This meetup is for those with digital, bridge, mirrorless, and DSLR cameras. We'll talk about the camera functions and how to focus to take great shots. This park features a great view of the Ohio River in Cincinnati, OH.
Winter Sunset Photography Class
Saturday 17 December
Alms Park, 710 Tusculum Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45226 - 2pm - 3 hours Hours
Here we are at the end of the year with an earlier Sunset. What better way to view it than to be in a beautiful park with a gorgeous horizon. Join me to view and photograph the Sunset on a crisp Winter weekend afternoon at Alms Park.
Smart Phone Photography Meetup
Saturday 07 January
Rapid Run Park - 2pm - 2 Hours
Would you like to take better photos with your smartphone? Let me show you how to focus in on subjects and objects to create closeup composition. I'll show you how to use rule of thirds, leading lines, framing, depth of field, and other techniques of taking breath taking photos. Questions and discussion are always welcome and will be professionally answered. Looking forward to seeing you there !!
Beginner's Photography Class
Saturday 21 January
Cincinnati - 2pm - 3 Hours
Are you ready to get out of "Auto" mode ? Get you recently obtain a new digital, bridge, or DSLR camera and would like to know more about the settings? Let me show you how to take beautiful, crisp, jaw dropping photos. Discussion and questions are always welcome. Join me on Saturday, 1-21-23 from noon-3pm at Ault Park, Cincinnati, OH. The theme is Beginners Photography Class. Looking forward to seeing you there !!
The Photography Triangle Meetup
Saturday 04 February
Alms Park, 710 Tusculum Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45226 - 2pm - 2 Hours
This meetup will help participants understand ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed functions of a digital, bridge, and DSLR camera.
Would you like to learn the basics of shallow vs. full depth of field? Let me show how to achieve this, plus taking action shots with faster shutter speeds and night shots using higher ISO.