Taking professional quality pictures is a lot easier than you ever thought possible—and you don’t need to raid your kid’s college fund to do it. All it takes is a little bit of learning to understand the basic photo concepts that can take your photography to the next level. Maybe you’re switching from film to digital and want a smooth transition. Or maybe better photography will give your business a nice shot in the arm. You may just want better family vacation memories. Whatever your motivation, Popular Photography magazine can make images a richer and more satisfying part of your life.
The magazine’s nationwide Digital Days photo workshops are coming to a city near you, and right now you can save 20% by registering with the discount code PSEVENTS20.
Digital Days’ instructors are fun and inspirational, keeping everything fresh, upbeat, and a little bit funky. They use teaching techniques that make technical terms easy to understand and camera functions, well, click. The four-hour Saturday sessions and longer Sunday events are fulfilling experiences packed with information, laughs, socializing, and fantastic photography. You’ll learn the complete digital process, from preparing a photo project, to carrying it through to completion, including editing, printing, uploading, and sharing your photography.
Often the high point, Digital Days includes a live model shoot on Sundays. The lighting is set up for you and the models are pros who know what they’re doing. You’ll be amazed at the top quality shots that will flow from your camera. After doing Digital Days workshops for years, the organizers hear it all the time: “I never knew it could be that easy to get great portraits!”
Can you think of a better way to spend a weekend?
Check out www.digitaldaysphoto.com to find a workshop coming to a city near you.
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