I am offering a 4 week class "Introduction to Digital Photography and how to improve your photographic skills", which will be held at the Lakes Region Association Gallery located in the Tanger Outlet Mall in Tilton, NH.  Classes will be held on Tuesday nights, starting late May or early June, from the hours of 7pm-9pm. The class outline will include camera equipment and accessories, a review of all the important digital camera settings, discussion on shutter speed and aperture, shooting in RAW vs. JPEG, introduction to Photoshop and Topaz software, a discussion on what makes a great photograph (lighting, color, form, perspective, subject, composition), problem solving on photo situations posed by me, and a critique of students photography. Classes will be limited to no more than 10 students. The cost will range from $95.00 to $125.00 depending on the number of students. For those who are interested in the course, but can't, or don't want to attend classes in person, I will make the PowerPoint presentation available for $49.00. If you're interested, or if you have questions, please contact me using the contact form on this website, or email me:  [email protected]



I am offering a workshop, on NH Waterfall Photography, which will be held on Sundays, beginning in May and running through October. I will be coaching students on best practices for photographing waterfalls. We will meet at The Basin in Franconia Notch at 9am, or for those interested, we can car pool from Tilton, NH. I will be limiting the class size to 6, so that I can devote enough time to each student. The cost for these workshops will be $49.00. If successful and popular, I may plan other workshops covering covered bridges, scenic mountain vistas or beach photography. If you're interested in registering for one of the upcoming Waterfall Workshops, or if you have questions, please contact me using the contact form on this website, or email me: [email protected]

Waterfall Workshops: Tentative schedule: May 16, June 6, July 11, August 8, September 12 and October 10