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The Best Beginning Photography Class in Atlanta

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 200 Village Green Cir SE Smyrna GA 30080  See map
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If you want to learn photography and only have time for one class or have purchased a digital camera and you don't know how to use it, this is the class for you. In this class you will learn how take great photos of family members, special events and how to capture those once in a life time moments in one three to four hour class. Atlanta Journal Constitution photographer Johnny Crawford teaches the class. He has been at the AJC for 29 years and has taught photography at Clark Atlanta University and The University of Georgia. He is currently the beat photographer for Georgia Tech football and education at the AJC. He has photographed three Olympic Games and over 500 major sporting and news events. You will learn more in this one class than in some three week classes. Students will also learn composition and how to use the 'exposure triangle': shutter speed, aperture and ISO. This is an excellent class for people who want to learn how to take great sports action photos and how to take great photos in low light situation. Students will learn how lenses work and will receive a book filled with examples and information to help them in their quest to become a complete photographer.

To register for the class call - 770-621-5006.

All students need to bring their camera and their 3 favorite photographs. If you have not purchased a camera, just bring your 3 favorite photographs. A camera is not required for the class.

The fee for the class is $155.00

TIME:

Saturday, February 16, 2012
9AM to 1PM



Class has a 10 student limit.

PHOTO GALLERIES & EXAMPLES

http://projects.ajc.com/gallery/view/metro/photos-of-the-year/11.html

http://projects.accessatlanta.com/gallery/view/atlanta-holiday-guide/year-review/crawfordbestof2011/

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