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Here’s a list of upcoming photography classes and special events:
Workshop, Saturday, Jan. 31st: Improving Composition: Seeing Through Your Camera’s Eye. This is a great workshop taught by Allie Bicknell. Learn to see the way your camera does to improve your composition. You will have time in the classroom for discussion, then head out to photograph downtown for the rest of class! Click here for more information: http://www.sawtooth.org/classes/photo/improving-composition-seeing-through-your-cameras-eye
Beginning February 6th: Photoshop and Lightroom for Photographers. A great class for those of you who use the Adobe Cloud combo of Photoshop and Lightroom, instructors Katie Dickson Yarbrough and Daniel Simonson team up to teach the best parts of Photoshop and Lightroom to improve your photography! To register, click here: http://www.sawtooth.org/classes/photo/photoshop-and-lightroom-for-photographers
Also on February 6th: A Taste of Art, Photography: Creating Jewelry from your Photos. I’ll be teaching this informal class using glass stones and wood to create beautiful, unique gifts from your photography. $35, and you can bring wine and snacks: whatever you like! Click here to register: http://www.sawtooth.org/classes/photo/a-taste-of-art-photography
S P E C I A L E V E N T! Night Photography and Light Painting with Photogtapher Noel Kerns I am beyond excited about this class! Texas photographer Noel Kerns will conduct a special workshop at Sawtooth to teach his amazing night photography and light painting. We’ve chosen an historic Lewisville farm as our location with several silos, barns, and out-buildings. To see an example of what we will be learning, click here to check out Noel’s site: www.noelkernsphotography.com and click here for more information about registering: http://www.sawtooth.org/classes/photo/night-photography-and-light-painting-with-photographer-noel-kerns HURRY! Space is limited and this is a one-of-a-kind opportunity!
That’s all for now! Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for your camera!
Amanda Sullivan, Photography Department Coordinator