Thursday, June 12, 2008

Any Takers?

O.K. so I've been looking at taking photography lessons for a while now and it's looking like this will be the year. If any one wants to join me let me know.

I'll start off with some free ones to get me to use my little camera properly and to help me figure out my adobephoto shop program. And also to help me pick out a nice, big fancy camera. This online shop does free lessons in Salt Lake while I'm sure advertising the stuff they sell. I kind of have an idea of what I want already but I'm sure having the professionals on hand will help answer questions I should have but don't. Click on FreeClasses. Check it out and let me know if you want to come along.

Next, I will be enrolling in college level courses in photography in the Fall. Registration begins in August. Classes are done through the Salt Lake Art Center. The fee is $200 not including some other things. I'm going to start out with the beginning level course and hopefully each semester be able to move along to the next level. Click on SLACclasses. Let me know if you're interested.

5 comments:

Lettie said...

I've thought of taking the Photoshop classes there. I know a lot, but there is so much to know on that program that I certainly have barely tapped in to what is there.

lucy said...

well they warn that the beginning level course is really for beginners but they do have an intermediate course. On my other website I just put up links to my favorite places to visit for that kind of stuff. especially "thepioneerwoman."

Emily said...

are you taking photography lessons or photoshop lessons? I'd be interested in photoshop lessons...I'm currently taking photography lessons at Inkleys with my Nikon I like it.

lucy said...

The photoshop one is coming up pretty soon. go to the link and pick the one you want to do and let me know.

D said...

I would take the class with you if I was there. I thoroughly enjoyed the photography class I took at the Y. Personal opinion, I would recommend the Cannon dslr over Nikon based on my research.