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I went to the photography class tonight...

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My hubby bought me a 4-hour photography class for Christmas and I went tonight. It was a lot of fun!! It was a beginner class and It covered exposure and basic composition. I already knew some of the stuff she taught (Thanks to this forum and reading), but it was helpful to have someone to answer my questions. There was only four people in the class, so we got quite a bit of one-on-one help. I'm going to take her intermediate class, which covers flash. :mrgreen:

Here's a picture I took while I was there..It was my first time attempting panning.

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cool! I sometimes wish I would attend some sort of formal training....I need hands on CS5 edumacating!
 
Cool, I got myself some 8-hour beginners classes and had lots of fun. We also tried some panning on the practical class.

Though I already also knew 99% of the stuff they taught, it was still super cool and worth my time, definitely.
 
Intermediate class is today, which is all about using flash...Woot!! :smileys::smileys:
 
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