We are making photographs to understand what our lives mean to us.” — Ralph Hattersley
Photography Classes in Annapolis
Whether you're looking to get the most out of your camera and get off "auto" mode, you have a new drone to play with, or you want to learn how to sell and exhibit your photographs, our photography department has an engaging class for you. Each semester brings a new mix of opportunities to improve or discover your photography skills, no matter the type of camera you have in your toolkit.
Our Teaching Artists include Rich Isaacman, the President of the Digital Photography Club of Annapolis, and Joe Yablonsky whose teaching roster includes the Smithsonian, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, VisArts in Rockville and Anne Arundel Community College
Pictured: Iceland Grabrok and North, Drone photograph by Rich Isaacman
InstructorJoe YablonskyClass IDF210190Member Price$180RoomOnlineAges16+Non-Member Price$205
Learn how to use your camera to its fullest potential! Get out of “automatic mode” and take better photos by adjusting your aperture, shutter speed, ISO/film speed, exposure compensation, exposure mode, white balance and much more. DSLR, mirrorless and film cameras that have the classic P, A/Av, S/Tv and M exposure modes are welcome. iPhones/Androids are welcome if you have an advanced photography app, such as ProCamera, that allows you to adjust the above topics. Have your camera and instruction manual ready for the first session. For more information, please contact the instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org. This class is taking place remotely. If you have registered, you will receive an email with details on how to access the class.
InstructorJoe YablonskyClass IDF210191Member Price$135Room200Ages18+Non-Member Price$160
Learn the techniques required to capture great night photos of downtown Annapolis! Bundle up as we visit iconic Annapolis locations, decked out for the holidays. We’ll address how to use exposure modes, exposure compensation, white balance and ISO to guarantee great results. A tripod and camera with exposure modes such as shutter priority and manual is required for this class. A remote shutter release is recommended but not required. Bring your camera, tripod and instruction manual to the first session. Students provide their own transportation. Field trips will require considerable walking. For more information, please contact the instructor at email@example.com.