Saturday April 28th at Cape Ann, Sunday April 29th at Hunt’s Photo, Melrose. Capture-To-Print is a day and a half of photography, editing and printing! Half photo walk, half editing and printing, we will take you through the whole process–from Capture to Print.
Tuesday April 24th – Sunday April 29th, Gatlinburg, TN. The Smoky’s are renowned for their diversity of nature, abundant plant and wildlife, rushing streams, and ancient mountains. Our Adventure will lead us to Cade’s Cove to explore elements of the mountain people, along Tremont to photograph the rushing water, and more!
Saturday & Sunday, April 21st & 22nd, Hunt’s Photo Melrose. Join award winning pro photographer Tony Gale for a two-day workshop covering creative lighting with speedlights. We will go from on-camera to off-camera and include modifying your speedlight for the best results. Photographers of all skill levels are encouraged to attend.
Offered in our Hunt’s Photo, South Portland location. Designed as a continuation of our Intro to Photoshop class, this course assumes that you know much of the basic layout of the program and delves right into two of the most important aspects of Photoshop with photography- Layers and Masks.
Saturday, April 7th, 5:15-9:15am, Ogunquit, Maine. Join Hunt’s Photo Education for a Photo Walk on Marginal Way. With ocean views, beaches, and quiet coves, Marginal Way is one of coastal Maine’s most beloved scenic coastal walks.
Saturday, March 24th, 6:00-10am & Saturday, April 21st, 5:00-9am, York, Maine. On this walk, we will photograph Nubble Light in this very light at sunrise, then continue along to nearby York Beach.
Saturday March 24th, Hunt’s Photo, Melrose. This class is essential for anyone who likes to get outside with their camera and capture what they see around them. We’ll cover a little bit of everything, from composition to handling exposure, to various tools that help bring out the most in your images of the world around you.
Saturday March 24th, Hunt’s Photo, Melrose. Accuracy in Exposure—the quantity of light—is of paramount importance in photography. This course elaborates on how to read the scene you are photographing, what and how to set it on your camera, and how to obtain the best possible image by emphasizing exposure.