Was Santa Good to You?

Updated: May 3


Hopefully Santa brought you something special this year - maybe a DLSR camera or some new photography equipment, maybe a new lens.

If you were fortunate enough to be on the "Nice List", you may want to think about investing in some lessons to familiarize yourself with your new camera.

You have a nice camera, but it's a big step from a point-and-shoot pocket camera to a DSLR.

Wanderstock Photography is pleased to offer training sessions for new DSLR camera owners who are interested in learning how to get the most out of their equipment. We offer two different types of training and two different class levels. Our most popular type of training is our group sessions. We offer training to groups of no more than 20 students per class. For people who prefer a 1:1 experience we also offer individual/private classes .

There are two different class levels: our basic and advanced classes. Our basic class is for people new to photography or have just purchased their first DSLR camera and want to learn all of its features. The advanced course reviews some of the material from the basic course and then delves into topics that help you take your photography to the next level.

Regardless of the type or level all courses include a photo tour where students can apply the concepts learned.

To learn more about the classes visit our course summary page.

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