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Update: Summer Workshop moved to July 27 & 28.If you'd like to see more photographs view the slideshow below or click on it to view the entire gallery: Winter Photography Workshop (January 2010) SHOOT THE LIGHTS!! here. This year's workshop will be one day and will focus on Photoshop(R) techniques.
In the morning of this one-day workshop you’ll begin by photographing the Creation Museum’s beautiful Botanical Gardens. You’ll learn photographic techniques needed to capture each spring blossom. In the afternoon, Deb Minnard will teach you how to make your images everything they can be by using Photoshop ™. It is the Minnard’s goal that everyone will go home with images they would be proud to hang on their wall.
This two-day workshop will last from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on July 27 and 8:00 am to 6:00 pm on July 28. Answers in Genesis award winning staff photographers Martin and Deb Minnard, will conduct this amazing photographic workshop. The class will cover the principles of basic exposure and equipment, photographing flowers, and low-light shooting. The class will concentrate on photographing in the botanical gardens and then the exhibits in the museum. Don’t wait to sign up.Date: Tuesday and Wednesday, July 27 & 28, 2010 Cost: $60 Topics: Basic exposure, equipment, photographing flowers, and low-light shooting. Call: 1-800-778-3390 Fall Photography Workshop (October 2010) You can read about 2009's Fall Workshop here. This workshop will be a special one-day workshop. We hope that those who can't take time off work for a weekday workshop will be available to enjoy this program. The topic for this class will be autumn color and Photoshop ™. Get ready to gather fantastic images of that wonderful fall color and then learn how to make them all they can be using Photoshop. By the end of the day everyone should have images they would be proud to hang on their wall. Date: Saturday, October 23, 2010 Cost: $30 Topics: Basic exposure, equipment, photographing flowers, and low-light shooting. Call: 1-800-778-3390