An Overview Of Washington DC Photography Classes Courses And Lessons Offered By Sam DAmico

Overview Of Photography Instruction

Sam teaches photography and camera/equipment operation but presents the instruction in different ways depending on how you’d prefer to learn.

Below is a list of the different ways that Sam presents his photography instruction.  Click on the links to learn more.

Multimeeting Photography Classes

Multimeeting photography classes offer the participants a way to learn about photography over an extended period of time. This insures that the participants have adequate time in between meetings to practice what they have learned and to present their work for discussion during the class.

  • The presentation of the class content is organized so each new topic and meeting builds on the last.
  • The tempo of each meeting insures that there is always time for questions or examples.
  • The presentation of the material is done with an emphasis on thoughtful explanation, conversation with participants and real life examples.
  • Learning the topic is reinforced with classroom exercises, so participants can learn by doing, and weekly “homework” assignments.
  • View all Multimeeting photography classes. ->http://samdamico.com/category/photographyclasses/multimeeting-photography-classes/

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Quick Studies

Quick Studies are single (one) meeting photography classes that provide the participants with topical lecture, class discussion and hands-on practice with their own camera equipment. This is an excellent way to learn about photography for those of us who are time and budget conscious.

  • Classes are designed to insure a quality photography class that consists of one meeting but doesn’t skimp on educational content.
  • The tempo of the class insures that there is always time for questions or examples.
  • The presentation of the material is done with an emphasis on thoughtful explanation, conversation with participants and real life examples.
  • Learning the topic is reinforced with classroom exercises, so participants can learn by doing.
  • View all Quick Study photography classes. ->http://samdamico.com/category/photographyclasses/quick-studies

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Private Photography Lessons And Tutoring

Private, customized, photography lessons for individuals or groups. Our meeting is based on your specific goals. We can meet in Washington DC or we can meet online.

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 Upcoming Photography Classes

  • You can see links to upcoming photography classes in the right hand side bar of the Sam D’Amico Photography website. Depending on where you are on the page, you may have to scroll up or down to view the list then click on the link to view the class.
  • Need help in selecting the best class for you? Contact Sam.

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Pricing

  • Prices for classes are located on the specific class page.

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20 Responses to “An Overview Of Washington DC Photography Classes Courses And Lessons Offered By Sam DAmico”

  1. Gerald Woods says:

    The class is: Introduction to Photography.
    The dates are: April 5th thru May 3rd. This is five sessions… I think.

    • Thank you for registering for the class, Gerald. Just a reminder, after our phone conversation that this is a four meeting class. Here’s the schedule:
      Introduction To Photography – April 5 Start – Wedn​esdays-1130​am-230pm-A​pr-5-19-26​-May 3

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