Wednesday, March 17, 2010

April Schedule coming soon!

In 2010, invest in yourself and not just your gear.

Hello In Focus Family!

Robin and I hope this finds you well. We're quite proud and very excited to announce the release of our April IFLC schedule. It's packed with new classes, special opportunities and much, much more. We're sure you'll find the class or workshop you're looking for. 

April welcomes back our ever-popular core photography courses: In Focus I, Mastering the Mechanics and In Focus II,  A Field Guide to Composition and Flash Photography, A Practical Guide to Adding Light. These courses are your best bet if you're aiming for basic or advanced photographic perfection or even pure artistic expression. 

If you're brand new to your camera we suggest taking In Focus I. We'll walk you through the basics of manual control, covering everything from exposure control, white balance options, depth-of-field choices, lens differences, internal contrast and saturation settings and more. This is the perfect class in which to develope your base and get your feet wet with real In Focus photography. 

In Focus II: A Field Guide to Composition will usher in a new group of In Focus artists to the world. During this amazing course (one of our most popular) students traverse the shores of human biases and psychological norms. Not only do they learn to see the world in front of them differently, but also discover new ways of expressing it.

Our ever-popular basic flash course makes a triumphant return as well. This core In Focus course offers a must-have learning experience that really will change the way you view and capture the world in front of you. 


We're so very proud to offer two new classes in April: The A-Z of Creative Photography: Classic Techniques with an In Focus Twist and Taking Better Pictures: A Semi-Private Adventure. You really have to read the full descriptions to see what magic they hold. We have never tried anything like this before and couldn't be more proud of what we've come up. We know you'll love them both! Plus we're bringing back our midweek, afternoon In Focus I: Mastering the Mechanics Semi Private option.


The San Diego Wild Animal Park is just one of many exotic locations we'll be visiting in April.

This semester will find In Focus students at the Wild Animal Park, Downtown San Diego, the Point Loma Lighthouse, Mission Bay, Balboa Park and many other exotic and fabulous locations. For more information, check out the upcoming April IFLC schedule  ... to be released later this evening!!!

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