Announcements

Open Forum: Critiquing Your Work And Clarifying Your Photography Practice

The Open Forums were created as a away to help photographers clarify their practice, hone their technique and get guidance.

If you’ve taken a photography class with Sam before the Open Forums are a way to continue to work with him to get feedback and guidance.

If you haven’t taken a photography class with Sam before the Open Forums are way to get a feel for what he is like as a teacher and as a way to get feedback and guidance.

Limited to 8 photographers (nine, including Sam) the Open Forums are intended to be an efficient way to help you to find your own way as a photographer and develop a practice that will help you to become better photographer.

You can reserve your space in an upcoming Open Forum by registering through Sam’s Meetup group “The Craft And Practice Of Photography”.

Here’s the link to view upcoming dates and to register. http://www.meetup.com/The-Craft-And-Practice-Of-Photography/

Introduction to Photography classes starting – May 27, May 30 And June 1 2015

Introduction to Photography classes starting – May 27, May 30 And June 1 2015

Learn to work your camera.

  • Learn basic photography.
  • Learn to make better photographs.

Introduction to Photography classes starts monthly.

Register now to reserve your place in the class.

By working your camera in fully manual mode throughout the class, you will become thoroughly familiar with basic camera operation and will learn to use your camera settings and features as elements of effective photographic composition. Class includes in-class lectures/discussion, in-class practical application exercises, homework assignments and weekly self-critiques.

Click the link to learn more. http://samdamico.com/introduction-photography-washington-dc-photography-class/

Introduction To Photography classes start monthly.
http://samdamico.com/introduction-photography-washington-dc-photography-class/

Washington DC Photography Classes – May 27 – June 16, 2015

Washington DC Photography Classes – May 27 – June 16, 2015

DC Photography Class – Intermediate Photography classes starting – May 31 and June 6, 2015

DC Photography Class – Intermediate Photography classes starting – May 31 and June 6, 2015

  • Reinforce your basic photography skills and techniques…
  • Learn new skills and techniques…
  • Understand and observe light…
  • Be more precise in the creation of your photograph…
  • Have the process of creating a photograph become more second nature…
  • Learn about basic flash photography…
  • Learn the basics of color photography…
  • Create thoughtfully composed photographs that are uniquely yours…

Build on your already acquired basic SLR technique while adding skills and increasing your visual attention. You’ll strengthen your understanding and application of the craft of photography.

The intent of the class is to deepen the participant’s visual vocabulary and sensitivity while making personal and distinctive photographs. Already having acquired basic SLR camera photography skills, participants in this class will continue to reinforce the fundamentals and hone their technique by producing and examining photographs on a weekly basis. Some of the topics to be explored will be: deepening your compositions, characteristics of light, effective use of flash, difficult metering situations; creative use of color balance/white balance and color temperature. Film or digital capture O.K.

Click the link below to learn more.

Intermediate Photography

Upcoming Photography Classes Offered By Sam Through Third Party Affiliates

Photography Instruction Through Meetup

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Photography Instruction Through Groupon/SideTour

Introduction to Photography classes starting – May 21, May 27, May 30 And June 1 2015

Introduction to Photography classes starting – May 21, May 27, May 30 And June 1 2015

Learn to work your camera.

  • Learn basic photography.
  • Learn to make better photographs.

Introduction to Photography classes starts monthly.

Register now to reserve your place in the class.

By working your camera in fully manual mode throughout the class, you will become thoroughly familiar with basic camera operation and will learn to use your camera settings and features as elements of effective photographic composition. Class includes in-class lectures/discussion, in-class practical application exercises, homework assignments and weekly self-critiques.

Click the link to learn more. http://samdamico.com/introduction-photography-washington-dc-photography-class/

Introduction To Photography classes start monthly.
http://samdamico.com/introduction-photography-washington-dc-photography-class/

Washington DC Photography Classes – May 21 – June 16, 2015

Washington DC Photography Classes – May 21 – June 16, 2015

DC Photography Class – Intermediate Photography classes starting – May 31 and June 6, 2015

DC Photography Class – Intermediate Photography classes starting – May 31 and June 6, 2015

  • Reinforce your basic photography skills and techniques…
  • Learn new skills and techniques…
  • Understand and observe light…
  • Be more precise in the creation of your photograph…
  • Have the process of creating a photograph become more second nature…
  • Learn about basic flash photography…
  • Learn the basics of color photography…
  • Create thoughtfully composed photographs that are uniquely yours…

Build on your already acquired basic SLR technique while adding skills and increasing your visual attention. You’ll strengthen your understanding and application of the craft of photography.

The intent of the class is to deepen the participant’s visual vocabulary and sensitivity while making personal and distinctive photographs. Already having acquired basic SLR camera photography skills, participants in this class will continue to reinforce the fundamentals and hone their technique by producing and examining photographs on a weekly basis. Some of the topics to be explored will be: deepening your compositions, characteristics of light, effective use of flash, difficult metering situations; creative use of color balance/white balance and color temperature. Film or digital capture O.K.

Click the link below to learn more.

Intermediate Photography


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