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Join a Digital Photo Academy teacher for Boston photo workshops, small group or private live sessions. You’ll learn all about your camera controls and how to create powerful images.

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Welcome to the Boston market for the international network of live and online photo classes, all under the banner of Digital Photo Academy.

This section is devoted to our Boston photo workshops. The DPA Instructors who lead these workshops are professional photographers who have lived in Boston for at least 10 years, usually longer.

These pro shooters also have teaching experience and they love teaching. (Not all photographers do.) They know the local retailers where you can get the better deals on photo equipment and more importantly, they know where the best photo ops are which allows us to provide you with a rotation of interesting places to shoot, throughout the year, whether indoors or outdoors, winter, spring, summer of fall. Sometimes one time of day to shoot is better than another and our DPA instructors keep us informed.

About Our Boston Photo Workshop Venues

Often, the DPA Instructors even have private access to various locales in the city where they live. Themes vary from street photography and dynamic architecture, to flowers and landscapes, as well as waterscapes, sunsets, lush scenery and everything in between.

During one month, you might be invited to rendezvous in the luxurious natural light streaming in to a religious venue via spectacular stained glass windows and the following month, it might be a small relatively unknown park with very special landscapes. This is why we offer a special ALUMNI Discount to people who attend more than one workshop.

Nationally, we organize our Boston photo workshops to provide variety for the participants in each local market, but we could not do it without the expertise and connections provided by the DPA instructors in each of those markets.

Phone the national headquarters of Digital Photo Academy at 1 877 372 2231 but know that each of the Digital Photo Academy markets includes a local office. In Boston, that office is at:

1180 Trapelo Rd Waltham, MA 02451-3284



And in case you’re interested, click here to check out some FREE SAMPLES of our ONLINE CLASSES.


Comments to “Boston”

  1. The DPA team has to coordinate the DPA workshops across the whole country; which I imagine entails a lot of names. Your national office team members and the folks who teach where they live do a wonderful job. That’s why I keep coming back!

  2. I’m just saying hello and letting you know I’m still in manual mode on my Olympus!

    Also wanted to let you know that one of my photos just got selected in a photo contest in Lowell, MA – my home city! I’ll be on display on a building in downtown Lowell with 3 other artists. Just lucky I guess…

    I’ve attached it. FYI: it was taken with my Samsung phone last summer, but you know the next rainbow opp will be taken with the Olympus!

    BTW: do you guys offer a post-production class at all? I am interested in learning how to improve my images after the fact while on my computer. I know the most popular program to use is Adobe Photoshop. I use a free program called GIMP, but would consider paying the relatively high price for Photoshop/Lightroom.

    Look forward to hearing from you,

  3. Yesterday’s session at The Boston Public Library (BPL) with Brian was in fact what I was hoping for! I needed to get into manual mode on my Olympus and Brian helped immensely with that. We went through a myriad of settings and plethora of environments in order to begin the process of understanding my camera. We even took a few photos – about 100! I can fiddle with knobs and such in order to get a great exposure as I begin, I repeat begin, to get the technical side of things behind these photo by photo adjustments.

    As a computer instructor – I teach blind and visually impaired people to use technology to gain more independence in life – I respond to and I teach the basics, the irreducible complexities of how to accomplish a task. Brian assisted me with this. His experience and professionalism shined through as he guided me through roughly 100 photos taken within and around the beautiful Boston Public Library. I have a new level of confidence for sure!

    This class may have saved my relationship with my girlfriend! She purchased the camera for me about one year ago and she has asked me countless times why I don’t use the camera more often. Saying “I feel like a toddler with a complex toy” only holds her off so long. I’ve been taking some photos with the camera, but my go to was still my Android phone – until yesterday! Today as she and I spent time together, she saw first hand how my relationship with my camera has changed after my class. She was very happy as I worked in manual mode and made adjustments to what I “captured on film” today. I suppose I’m more of an adolescent with a challenging toy at this point of the journey!

    Thank you for the opportunity to be released from the confines of a lack of understanding! Yes there are many online resources, but I respond to in-person instruction with someone who can empathize with the struggle and encourage forward movement – which is what I received in my first DPA class!

    I attached one of the photos from the BPL as evidence of pure luck, uhm I mean, helpful guidance from Brian.

  4. The event was good. Brian was nice.

  5. The lesson with Brian was great!

  6. I have also started the Digital Photo Academy online instruction resources and am getting a lot out of it. What strikes me in both my experience with Henry and with the online instruction is an emphasis on creative control and the idea that as the photographer, you determine what narrative you want to tell and how to use the camera and its settings to tell it. Yes, there are basic techniques I need to master, but I can also use settings and situations to tell the story, not just to create a perfectly exposed image. This is both inspiring and liberating, and also very different from the instruction I have done online before. The instructor I’m watching currently, DPA/David Wells, explains things very clearly and also provides multiple examples throughout the lessons that illustrate different ways to create the image. I’m invited into his decision-making process in some of the tips at the end of the lessons, and it’s very helpful. So, thank you!

    I intend to join the Facebook community, and thank you so much for sharing the photography primers with the “thank you email.” I look forward to studying those images!

  7. Thanks a lot for these classes. I learned quite a bit about not only my camera but also about the impact of different manual settings on photo shots. Visualization of the aperture settings (how we squeeze our eyes to see better) really helped to put it into perspective. I very much appreciate the thorough guidance you provided and plenty of opportunities to practice new knowledge while we were at the museum. I also enjoyed tidbits of information about the museum exhibitions and some creatures – I always like to learn new things about nature and not only. I now started playing with the camera on my own and am definitely considering taking it on my trip to the UK and will share any shots worth sharing or needing advice.

  8. The class was great!! Brian is SO knowledgeable and was a brilliant teacher. He really knows his stuff around photography and taught me a lot about my camera and how to use it. I loved it.

    Would do it again any time! I’ll go and practice for a while first though. Haha

  9. I had so much fun! Thank you for a great experience, start to finish.

  10. Brian,

    Thank you so much for yesterday’s session at the Arboretum. Not only was it generally informative about principles for taking interesting photos but especially helpful about what I can do with my own phone camera.

    Overall, it was an extremely informative and enjoyable experience. We are having a 60th Anniversary event on September 3rd. It occurred to me that might be something we could hire you to do. I hope so, because I know you’d be just the right person to do this for us.


  11. Thank you again. It was a great session.

    – Sara M

  12. Fantastic!

  13. Wonderful course!

  14. We were at the Boston class. Michael was very helpful and did a great job of answering all our questions!

  15. Hi Michael

    Thank you so much for all your help, attached is one of the pictures that I like the best

  16. Thank you Mike for all the teachings today.

    Here is one picture which I liked the most of all the ones clicked through my gadget today.

  17. “Here is a shot from Oct 6th with Chen. Very informative – walked away wanting to immediately test out what I had learned!”

    -Anne Ceurvels

  18. “Had a fun outing at St Anthony of Padua church in Revere, Mass, in the Boston area. Thanks to Chen for setting me straight on white balance. The church is full of statuary, reliefs, stained glass and plenty of detail both inside and out.”

    -Jeff Zajac

  19. “Let me start by saying that I very much enjoyed the workshop this past weekend, as well as the beauty of this church. I have to say that Chen was a wonderful instructor and I found him to be very helpful, knowledgeable as well as patient. I went to the workshop knowing very little about my camera feeling much more confident and took some amazing pictures (for me anyway). Thank you again! ”

    -Jill Chakour

  20. “Took the composition in the field class at the Arnold Arboretum in Boston and learned some good tips about photo composition as well as some tips and tricks on getting off the automatic setting! Thank you DPA.”

    -Kendra Jacomo

  21. This course was great! Thanks Frank.

  22. “I had a great experience and enjoyed Steve’s great enthusiasm for photography.
    I have attached some photos from that day. I learned more in one day with Steve than countless years of point and shoot….
    Thank you!”

    -Erin Deshler

  23. “The course was great and although I am a novice and have a very simple, small, automatic Nikon Coolpix camera, I got some photos that I was happy with (see attached) I hope to take more classes in the future.”


  24. “Sylvia,
    Thank you for the tips and feedback. I agree that the only special one was the wheel/spokes. And of course I can see ways to improve it.”


  25. Sylvia,

    “Thanks very much for a great workshop. The museum was a fascinating place and I enjoyed practicing some shots, especially getting some of those more abstract shots.Sylvia,thanks for your advice, and special thanks for looking through my photos and critiquing them so thoughtfully.It was so very helpful.”


  26. “Hi Sylvia,

    Thanks so much for yesterday’s class. I had a great time, learned a lot, and am inspired to get back into photography.

    All my best,”


  27. Great class with Sylvia at Charles River Industry Museum (Waltham, MA). Thanks, Sylvia!

  28. “Hi Richard and Sylvia,

    Thanks so much for an awesome class!”


  29. We did stay inside for the majority, but we started with some outdoor photos. I included a couple that I took.Sylvia was great!!!
    Thank you”

    -Tim Daley

  30. “Thanks very much Steve,

    I enjoyed the workshop and the group. Thanks also for the gallery suggestions and resources.



  31. “It was a lot of fun and really informative learning from and working with him. He reinforced information I already knew and I came away with new ideas for techniques and composition. He is a great instructor with patience of a saint. I hope to take another workshop with Frank again in the future.”


  32. “Hi Frank,
    Thanks for the workshop last night. It was fun. I don’t know how to upload my photos to the DPA website.
    You are welcome to share mine with whoever.
    Thanks again. I look forward to future instructions from you.
    Best. Cheers.”

    -Tom Kwei

  33. “Hi Frank,

    Thank you for the great workshop and opportunity to learn from a master. It was fun to meet you and other participants and learn something new. It gave me a much needed boost to go out and take pictures, some inspiration that I started losing. It was even more fun to share our deeply personal memories of Brezhnev 🙂 And wow! – it’s been a very long time since I heard word “putsch” used for coup. ”


  34. ” I loved the class. Steve, the instructor was very relaxed as he gave some helpful tips. We walked around Beacon Hill and got some great pics. He pointed out some great shots and always had a helpful tip to share. He was also available to ask anything. I thought he was great and would love to take another class with him. ”


  35. “David,
    Thank you so much for your professional insight regarding my image of Joshua Tree at sunset! I found it very helpful to hear the subtle differences that make a good image a much better one.”


  36. “We did have a very good time at the workshop we attended. David did a great job during our photo session and was very helpful.
    We appreciated the time and effort he put into constructively critiquing our images. The video he recorded and provided showing how to implement his suggestions was very helpful and positively presented and received. ”

    -June & Steve

  37. “Thank you very much. Enjoyed meeting you Saturday. Thank you for the tips during the workshop. ”

    -Steve & June Carson

  38. “Thanks Stan! I had a great time and thought it was a good class. I basically had a good understanding of the basics (aperture, shutter, ISO, exposure, etc.) before the class, but picked up some good pointers especially on paying attention to little details and patterns that could prove to be interesting photos. I’ve been shooting mostly nature and sunrise/sunset shots so it was great to have a chance to branch out and take some nice architectural shots and the MIT campus was a great location for variety. You got me further inspired to branch out and try new techniques and subjects to shoot so it was well worth it.”


  39. “It was very good. Sylvia is very knowledgeable and gave a lot of great tips”

    -Bruce Gorsky

  40. “I have taken your classes before and love them. Looking forward to Saturday. ”


  41. “The weather in Boston on Sunday was perfect, good thing shoot was moved to 9am, started getting hot by noon. Steve shared some great tips and took us to several wonderful places in Beacon Hill.”

    -Jeff Kaplan

  42. Ed and I want to thank you for a great class last night. We loved learning for example, by taking photos and talking to us about what worked and what didn’t, you made the whole process come to life. Your energy and enthusiasm was contagious!”


  43. “Thank you Sylvia. I’ve taken a number of DPA classes, but, this one was terrific because you explained things and gave excellent individual attention. Hope to see you again soon.”

    -Bill Connolly

  44. “Hi there Frank,
    I took your class a couple weekends ago to learn some new things about my camera. I enjoyed the class very much and loved learning about some of your tips and tricks. I plan to take your class again to get some more practice in sometime in the spring once all of this snow has melted and the weather is warmer. I look forward to talking with you soon and hopefully will be seeing you come spring time to learn more about photography. Thank you for such a great class. I already have learned so much and have seen a difference in my camera skills.”

    • Carrie Jenkins

  45. “Thanks for all of your help in ensuring that I got the info for today’s workshop. I am very glad I was able to attend.
    Despite the frosty temperature we were able to get some invaluable information and guidance about using our cameras and techniques for composing good shots. I really appreciated and enjoyed Frank’s presentation.The time we spent outside was limited due to the cold but that was quite valuable as well.”

    -Bob Gittens

  46. “Hello Frank,

    I just wanted to let you know how happy I was with the workshops on Saturday. I came in for the know your camera controls ( I think that was the official name). I have to say that I learned so much in such a short time. I have already put into use what I learned. You were quite informative and I loved your stories (history) and your analogies. I especially liked the cup of water one, if you have a moment to send that to me I would love it. I look forward to joining more of your workshops.

    Thank You so much again, ”

    -Linda Wilson

  47. “Frank,

    Thanks for an informative and enjoyable workshop today. I enjoyed it and got a lot out of it. And thanks for your flexibility given the weather conditions.

    I hope to connect with your colleague at Northeastern when I’ back in the office.

    You took some shots of me through the window at the T station. I’d like to see what you’ve come up with if you get a chance to work on them.

    Thanks again and I hope to see you at another workshop.”

    -Bob Gittens

  48. “Thanks for a most informative and enjoyable seminar.”

    -Earton Robertson

  49. “I just wanted to say thank you to Frank Siteman for a great class! I got so much out of it and got so many great pictures.”

    -Darlene Solari

  50. “I found the course with Steve Dunwell to be incredibly informative, practical, and helpful. I was particularly appreciative of the tutorial you gave concerning indoor shots.”

    – Jeffery Long

  51. “Thanks so much for your help regarding my enrollment in Boston Intermediate Class with Steve Dunwell. The Class was terrific! Steve was organized, energetic, and gracious. In addition to his obvious talents as a photographer, he’s a terrific teacher. And, the Griffin Museum was a wonderful site in which to attend class. Thanks again for everything. A truly rewarding class!”

    – Carl Cascella

  52. Steve did a good job. The Advanced morning session and field trip was a plus. Thanks Amy, and Thank you Richard…. Hoping to see you soon.”

    – Prabhat K. Srestha

  53. “Thanks, Steve. I learned a great deal yesterday and had much fun. I think the composition of the group worked well as a class. You did a great job of working with all of us at our levels and on the concerns we had. I think you covered an incredible amount of information and were most generous of your time. Would love to do something like this again with you.”

    – Bob Bass

  54. “Thank you for providing such a valuable class. Not only have my skills improved, but I feel much more confident in my work!”

    – Lucie Wicker

  55. Steve, I am so glad that I signed up for the class, because I definitely came away with a better understanding of aperture, ISO, shutter speed, white balance, histograms, and tips for taking better photos! I ended up flipping through my camera manual when I got home, and I was delighted to find that I could understand so much more of what the terms meant where before it was too technical for me to grasp. I feel reinvigorated and am excited to explore more of the features on my camera, build on the unconditional knowledge I gained, and dive in to taking more photos.”

    – Heather

  56. “I had an excellent experience in an advanced class taught by Steve Dunwell in Boston. We lucked out with the weather, stumbled upon a Veterans’ Day parade and shot evening picture of interesting lit bridges. It was a good combination of field and Photoshop instruction. I’m sure I will be taking courses in the future.”

    – Stephen Shapiro

  57. “I had a wonderful time at the Boston Public Library shoot. It was raining in Boston, so fortunately we had a great indoor venue. I had the smallest camera there (Canon G12), and the instructor Steve Dunwell was very respectful about that (I’ve had instructors in other places who get a little snooty about those things). I had a real breakthrough,I’d been flying on automatic for the 13 months that I’ve owned the camera, and just needed someone to say get it out of automatic and at least set it on program. I went all the way to manual and, with Steve’s help, was able to actually work the dials and buttons and take some pretty good shots. I’ll be looking for more DPA courses in the future.”

    – Hannah Diozzi

  58. “Hi Stan, Thank you for the great class, I was able to use the techniques I learned while in NH. Thanks again for the great class!”

    -Mary Sullivan

  59. “Thank you so much for a great class on Saturday. I really enjoyed it and learned a lot. It was nice meeting everyone as well.”


  60. “Thanks so much for a great class yesterday. It was very helpful and I learned a lot!

    -Doug Schaejbe

  61. “Thank you, I had a great time and I learned a lot! Constructive criticism is always accepted since I am new at this!”


  62. “I really enjoyed the class!


  63. “Thank you, Santiago, for an excellent class. My daughter and husband found it very enjoyable and informative. They will certainly be signing up for more classes. We especially appreciated the information you provided ahead of the class which helped the students to show up well-prepared.”

    – Sheri Martin

  64. “The DPA class was terrific! I was always one that appreciated photography but never brought my camera along. As I near retirement, I really want to pursue photography as a serious endeavor. Kathy was an outstanding instructor who brought out the best in all of us. I would recommend this class to anyone.”

    – Dick

  65. “I just wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed the workshop on Sunday. It was great to be able to put the lessons into action and then get immediate feedback. The one thing I learned was to always double check my settings,I tend to change settings and then forget to reset them for the next photo.”

    – Donna DeSimone

  66. “We had a fantastic time at your class – very helpful and informative. In fact, you’ve inspired us to take time out every day to continue learning about the D90 (and consider a Canon in the future – haha). We’re looking forward to exploring more photo-taking after getting some details under the fingers.”

    – John & Nancy Forcucci

  67. “Thank you for the class program. Also, thank you for a great workshop. I understand so much more about my camera and about photograph and that there is so much more to learn. I so appreciate your ability to make everyone feel comfortable, and to answer all our questions no matter how small. You were so enthusiastic about photography and were able teach it as well. I look forward to my next class after I practice a bit.”

    -Deborah Shapiro

  68. “Thanks for making it so much fun! See you around!”

    – Alsya Affandi

  69. “Thanks for a great class! I’ve got a lot of “practicing” to do, but looking forward to it! I”m hoping to catch some great shots in Belize the end of this month. If I have any questions, you’ll be hearing from me :)”

    – Darlene Dykas

  70. “It was so nice to meet you and thanks so much for a great class. Very informative and helpful, now to just get out of that auto mode all together!The class was great!”

    – Tara Golden

  71. “Thank YOU! I enjoyed meeting you and getting more info on my camera and shooting with it. I’m sure that I will be taking other classes, so I may see you again!”

    – Mary Beth Griscom

  72. “The intermediate course was everything and more that it was supposed to be! Kathy’s relaxed style and enthusiasm for photography really made the class very enjoyable and informative. I look forward to taking numerous other classes with DPA very soon. Thank you Kathy and also thank you to the DPA team. You guys are great!!!!”

    – Gary Fournier

  73. “The beginner’s class in Boston, with Kathy Tarantola, was great. Small size, comfortable setting and relaxed atmosphere. Kathy’s approach was casual, relaxed and informal also, which helped me take in the information in a different way. I felt as if I had absorbed the knowledge rather than just ‘learned’ it. Thanks Kathy!”

    – Dotty Tribeman

  74. “I wanted to let you know I enjoyed the class yesterday with Kathy Tarantola. I learned a lot and know I have a lot more to learn. This was a great first step into the learning process.”
    – Cathy Curtin

  75. “Thanks for sharing your photos and for the class. I learned a lot about composition which I love.
    Now, I have to practice! practice! practice!”

    -Diane Cooke

  76. “Thanks again for a great class Frank. I got a couple of okay pictures out of it, time to buy a tripod!”

    – Chris

  77. “Thank you for a great class.”

    – Beth

  78. “I enjoyed our photo composition class at the Copley Library on Saturday!”

    – Colleen Kochman

  79. “It was an honor and a pleasure to spend the day with Frank Siteman for the Digital Photography Seminar in Boston, a rare opportunity and a real treat to learn from a master photographer and an accomplished businessman. I learned a lot from the picture taking tour of Winchester – a very photogenic town, and then most of the day benefiting from Frank’s expert critique and mastery of Adobe Photoshop. It has renewed my resolve to take better pictures and learn the Photoshop as thoroughly as possible. Thank you very much, and thanks for the souvenir – the reflector, I am sure each ding represents a masterpiece.”

    – Parvez Bukhari

  80. “I had a wonderful day with you on Saturday. I truly gained way more value than the price of admission. It is amazing to me to talk with you and others who have been in this business so long and come at it from such artistic depths. I don’t know if I will ever have artistic depth, but I sure do love digital photography, especially macro work and portraiture. Thanks again for a wonderful day!”

    – Michel Marie Rose

  81. “I had a great time Saturday in class. I learned some things that I did not know about, so please keep up good work and I hope to see you in the December class. Thank you for good day Saturday.!

    – John R Reali, Jr

  82. “I enjoyed the day with Frank and as a result will start shooting in raw, using aperture priority and getting more knowledgeable with Photoshop. My son can get an education discount so I’m looking into getting Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop CS3. Thanks for an enjoyable day!”

    – David Valle

  83. “Thank you, I really enjoyed the workshop. I learned a lot and it was a good group of people.”

    – Peter Bixby

  84. “The scales have fallen from my eyes: I now (finally) understand why I should almost always be shooting in RAW. It changes everything for me. As someone who was not totally in love with my digital camera before the workshop, I am now excited and enthusiastic about shooting again. Also, the tutorial Frank gave us with masks in Photoshop alone would have been worth the price of admission. Frank’s upbeat style, clear explanations and willingness to go over some things multiple times meant that the new material was retained and understood and was immediately usable. Attached find two photos. One is my original which I shot Friday the day before the workshop. You can see my low tech reflector: a linen napkin. The other portrait is the one I was able to create from it on Sunday, based on what I learned on Saturday.”

    – Sally Reed

  85. “I was trying to crop a picture and was able to use the tool to show what I want it to be but don’t know how to finalize the crop. Your help is greatly appreciated and thank you very much for sharing the picture of Jamie. She was very excited to see it. I have remembered quite a bit from class on Saturday and do remember how to zoom in on a specific subject, yippee!!!! Thanks again for all your help and I look forward to taking some more classes with you to fine tune my skills. I still have lots more to learn.”

    – Coreen Powderly

  86. “Your studio class was nothing short of wonderful – I learned a ton and had tons of fun. I have a pyramid of nuggets!! I decided a couple of weeks ago to give raw a try, but didn’t know how to use the converter. With many thanks.”

    – Edith Clifford

  87. “Thanks so much for the class on Saturday. We learned quite a bit about portraits and about photography in general. It is really enjoyable to learn from someone who is very knowledgeable and passionate about what they do.”

    – Gary Fournier

  88. “The workshop was an excellent learning experience and I thoroughly enjoyed. Meeting and talking to you was a pleasure as always. Look forward to meeting you again.”

    – Ravinder Shan

  89. “I came to this class thirsty for a drink of knowledge. Frank gave us a fire hose! Great class. I’d do it again for the things I missed or didn’t absorb the first time!”

    – Bill Connolly

  90. “Thank YOU! I enjoyed meeting you and getting more info on my camera and shooting with it. I’m sure that I will be taking other classes, so I may see you again…. ;-}”

    -Mary Beth Griscom

  91. “It was so nice to meet you and thanks so much for a great class. Very informative and helpful… now to just get out of that auto mode all together! LOL Thanks so much for any info. The class was great!”

    -Tara Golden

  92. “Thanks for a great class! I’ve got a lot of “practicing” to do, but looking forward to it! I”m hoping to catch some great shots in Belize the end of this month. If I have any questions, you’ll be hearing from me :)”

    -Darlene Dykas

  93. “I just wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed the workshop on Sunday. It was great to be able to put the lessons into action and then get immediate feedback. The one thing I learned was to always double check my settings…I tend to change settings and then forget to reset them for the next photo.”

    -Donna DeSimone

  94. “Thank you for the class program. Also, thank you for a great workshop. I understand so much more about my camera and about photograph and that there is so much more to learn. I so appreciate your ability to make everyone feel comfortable, and to answer all our questions no matter how small. You were so enthusiastic about photography and were able teach it as well. I look forward to my next class after I practice a bit.”

    -Deborah Shapiro

  95. “Thanks for making it so much fun! See you around!”

    -Alsya Affandi

  96. “We had a fantastic time at your class – very helpful and informative. In fact, you’ve inspired us to take time out every day to continue learning about the D90 (and consider a Canon in the future – haha).

    We’re looking forward to exploring more photo-taking after getting some details under the fingers.

    Thanks for your previous email with class photo and that great church image (love the info on “how” you managed it). It’s neat to read the specs of the photo and know what they mean!”

    -John & Nancy

  97. “Thanks to you Frank, for a very interesting and informative class. I’ve already put some of your Photoshop skills to work and I must say, the techniques make a world of difference including the sizing shortcut to increase or decrease the size of the brush tool. That alone was worth the price of admission LOL.

    I have to admit there are some things I could do better and hope you will be kind enough to entertain questions here and there once I know what to ask.

    Again, thanks for a very enjoyable and fund way to learn photography. All the best.”



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