DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES

    Hosted in Holliday Park, this two-hour course is designed to teach any beginning photographer the essentials of how their camera works. Led by our lead photographer, Tyler, the first hour will formally explain the tools of the trade, design philosophy, and natural lighting. In understanding these key elements, the student will then be empowered to explore and learn with their camera during the second hour. During this time, students will have a chance to ask questions and refine their understanding of the learned techniques. For the class, all the student needs to bring is their own DSLR or mirrorless camera and an excitement for photography!

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    Hosted in Broad Ripple, this three-hour intermediate course is designed to follow our level 1 photography class. Led by our lead photographer, Tyler, the first hour will dive more deeply into the technical settings of the camera. Then, using their own equipment, students will work with Tyler to explore the new concepts while receiving further instruction on capturing natural light. During this time, students will have a chance to ask questions and receive enhances tips and tricks of the trade.  For the class, all the student needs to bring is their own DSLR or mirrorless camera.

    This two-hour course is designed to teach any beginning photographer the essentials of digital editing. Led by our lead photographer, Tyler, the hands-on lab will formally explain the dynamics of editing in Aperture (software), the histogram, and the zone system. In understanding these editing tools, the students will work on their own equipment to process their images. All the student needs to bring is a portable computer with editing software like Aperture, Lightroom, or something similar. Students should have basic familiarity with their software layout.

PHOTOGRAPHY - LEVEL I

$150

    It seems easy for a beginning photographer to get lost in the buzzwords of modern photography. That is why we have organized several classes for aspiring photographers who want to learn more about how their camera actually works and how to use it to take better images. Our courses are all on location and are broken up in to two categories: Digital Photography and DSLR Video. Take a look through the course descriptions below and let us know when you are ready to take your skill to the next level!

Photography Classes

PHOTOGRAPHY - LEVEL II

$250

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BASICS OF IMAGE EDITING

$150

DSLR VIDEO CLASSES

    Hosted in Broad Ripple, this three-hour course is designed to teach any beginning DSLR videographer the essentials of how their camera works. Led by our lead photographer, Tyler, the first hour will formally explain the tools of the trade, composition & timing, and best practices. Students will then work side-by-side with Tyler during the on-location video shoot, where they will be able to apply the learned information while shooting the ever-changing scenes of Broad Ripple! All the student needs to bring is their own DSLR or mirrorless camera, a tripod, and an excitement for this increasingly popular video medium.

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    Recommended for students who have participated in our shooting class, this three-hour course is designed to teach beginning DSLR videographers the essentials of Digital video editing. Led by our lead photographer, Tyler, this hands-on lab will formally explain the dynamics of editing in Adobe Premier, media management, and optimized workflow. The students will work on their own equipment to process video footage. All the student needs to bring is a portable computer with Adobe Premier or Final Cut Pro. Students should have basic familiarity with their software layout.

    Hosted in Broad Ripple, this two-hour course is designed to teach any beginning DSLR shooter the essentials of timelapse. Led by our lead photographer, Tyler, the first hour will formally explain the tools of the trade, timelapse-sequence editing, and best practices. Students will then work side-by-side with Tyler on a timelapse shoot, where they will be able to apply the learned information on their own gear in a guided setting. All the student needs to bring is their own DSLR or mirrorless camera, an intervalometer (this may be built into the camera), and a tripod.

DSLR VIDEO BASICS - SHOOTING

$250

DSLR VIDEO BASICS - EDITING

$450

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Call  (317) 519-9236  for more information

DSLR VIDEO BASICS - TIMELAPSE

$200