Wes Underwood, noted photographer and teacher, will be leading a class for those who wish to come to grips with their camera equipment on Sat., Feb. 1st, 2014 at Wildcat Bluff Nature Center in Amarillo, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
"This class is designed to get the new photographer started off on the right track of shooting their camera in the manual mode so they can make the camera work for them."
You will learn how to set your camera settings in order to capture any situation. The class is two parts; the first, a lecture learning about the camera, and the second, a hands-on experience shooting and making camera changes that enhance one's photography skills.
The class is designed for 35 mm slr cameras but students with any type of camera will come away with a better understand of photography no matter what camera they use.
Class size is limited to 20, so register quickly to secure a place. (Registration forms can obtained from Wes Underwood.)
Underwood is the current Photography Coordinator at South Plains College in Levelland, Texas. Underwood’s love for the outdoors comes thru very clear in the type of photography that he does. Underwood has been published in many national magazines and was featured on Texas Country Reporter for his work photographing lost and forgotten cemeteries across the Southwest.