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Levels of Workshops

Level 1 > Beginners are just starting out using a digital camera or have no experience at all.

Level 2 > Amateurs have been photographing for a while, have a working knowledge of the basic features on their cameras, and have some understanding of digital workflow and image editing software.

Level 3 > Advanced Amateurs have a working knowledge of their camera including the use of manual mode, have a working knowledge of digital workflow and image editing software, and are familiar with artificial lighting, digital printing.

Level 4 > Professionals earn a majority of their income from their photography, have a body of work for review, and are proficient in all aspects of photography.

Participants in level 2, 3 & 4 should have a working knowledge of how to use a computer.

 

2 Responses to “Levels of Workshops”

  • Hello, im interested in your class.
    But I was wondering if there was any way to get a spot in the class and make payments on the $195?
    If so, let me know.
    If not, I will get it somehow!

    Thank you very much,
    Nancygail knapp

  • Nancy -

    I hope this finds you. I don't have an email for you. Yes, that would be possible as far as I'm concerned. If you talk to Karen at the Box Factory you can tell her that I said that was fine with me re: payment. Since the class is only 6 weeks long I'd have to have the balance by the 4th week. Contact me at dk@dkfoto.com if you have any questions or 269.235.0851

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