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631 Chapala Street
Santa Barbara, CA, 93101
United States

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Whether you are brand new to photography or are looking for a refresher class on some of the basics, these workshops are constructed with one main goal in mind- to get you out of the automatic and preset modes and start using your camera to its fullest potential. I truly believe we are all creative individuals; and with the basic technical knowledge of a camera, photography is a medium of art that everyone can enjoy!

 

Based in Central California with workshops ranging from the Los Angeles to Santa Barbara areas.

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Student Feature

Justin Stark

Lindsey Baumsteiger

 

This month, the student feature is a newer student of mine, Justin. Justin loves to travel; I think most of us can relate ;) ... and he decided to learn photography as a new hobby and great way to better capture all the places he would visit.

So far, he has taken the Beginner's Photography Group Class and the follow up Sunset Photo Walk.

Enjoy this incredible collection of images!

 

1. What do you shoot with? (Camera Type, Lenses... Spill it!)

Nikon D7200 with an 18-140 mm lens. And I'm not ashamed to admit my iPhone comes into practical use as well...

2. What are your favorite subjects to photograph?

My interests have historically been in scenic photography and city scenes, but I've begun a sort of renaissance in different processing and long exposure photography, for artistic effect. I use to not be able to capture what I could see in a natural setting, now I try to capture an intensified emotional version of what I see in artistic form.

3. Do you have any tips for other photo enthusiasts that are learning, just like you?

I have found being in manual mode and getting to know aperture size, shutter speed and ISO has helped me tremendously to focus on other aspects of photography.

 

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