Welcome To The
BOULDER PHOTO CENTER
and "The Best Photography Classes in Boulder"
New Photography Classes are starting soon and all our teachers have been vaccinated, so, many of our Classes turn out to be maskless. Also, one-on-one Private Individual Classes have been very popular recently. So, for more information on our Classes or to Sign Up, just Call, E-Mail or Text 303-444-4568.
The BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS
starts Tuesday, Dec. 7th. Photographers with a Digital Camera who want to really learn all the basics of Digital Photography will love this Class. It is a non-technical, hands on Class that makes it all easy to understand and easy to remember. You will learn how to use all of your camera's many features, saving you many hours of trial and error. You'll have some fun too. We Guarantee It.
The CREATIVE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS
on Thursday, Dec. 2nd, is for those photographers with a Digital Camera and some experience, who want to take their Photography to the next level. After a brief review of the basics, you'll learn some advanced techniques, and explore light and the art of photo composition. You will also receive some helpful, creative feedback on your photography work, both during the Classes and after.
Film Photography Classes
If Retro Film Cameras and Analog Printing appeal to you, then
you should know that our Film Photography Classes are the only ones in the Boulder area that feature Expert Black & White Darkroom Instruction followed by several weeks of Student Darkroom Time.
The BEGINNING FILM PHOTOGRAPHY Class will start again on Monday, November 29th. Shoot B&W FILM!
The more advanced CREATIVE FILM PHOTOGRAPHY Class will start again on Wednesday, December 1st.
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Private Photography Lessons
STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY is the most complete short Studio Photography Class that you can find anywhere.
The Studio Photography Class is 4-6 PM Nov. 11th.
THE NATURE HIKE PHOTO CLASS is on Saturday, November 27th from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.
Photos by Don Oberbeck
Notice how this Blue Jay's tail both reflects light onto the deck and also casts a shadow.
A shutter speed of 1/6400 sec., made possible by a very high ISO, just freezes the action.