Take Woodstock Photography Lessons

Spend just two hours on four Saturday mornings and learn to take great pictures.

Last year I bought a really nice digital camera right before a family vacation. Picture-taking is a lot more fun now that I have the right equipment.

But I've concluded that I am not utilizing my camera’s full potential. Yes, I have this really cool apparatus with lots of bells and whistles, but I keep it set on auto pilot. Certainly using all those additional knobs and dials would yield better photographs.

I am also hopeless when it comes to downloading, organizing and sharing my photos. In fact, I recently deleted--by accident--photos of a 2008 cruise with gal pal Ashley and our sons. And they were not backed up. 

So I've decided to take photography lessons! The timing is perfect because I can use my new skills to take some great photos and create a variety of holiday gifts for family and friends.

Photography classes are an ideal escape for busy moms. Sessions are one to two hours in length and you can find a location and schedule that fits your individual needs.

Wolf Camera and Image here in Woodstock offers classes on Saturday mornings from 10:30 until 12:30. Their four rotating Photo Patrol sessions can be taken in any order, and you can select dates most convenient to you. Sessions address the fundamentals of digital photography:

  • Photography 101
  • Digital Imaging Basics
  • Understanding Exposure
  • Save, Display, Share

Click here for the schedule of Photo Patrol sessions through Nov. 12 and a description of the four classes.

The four classes are sold as a package, and the cost is just $60. Or, buy a camera at Wolf Camera and Image, and the classes are free!

Call 770-926-5353 for more information. And don't forget to tell them Dee sent you.

Towne Lake Square Shopping Center
2295 Towne Lake Pkwy.
Woodstock, GA 30189


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