Photography Made Simple Class - Only Private Classes for 2016

Signing in for the Photography Made Simple class at Sunnyvale

Fun times at the Photography Made Simple Class. This particular class was held at Maggiano's Restaurant at Santana Row, San Jose

Classes normally fills up within a week or two.

Learn to...

  • Maximize your digital/film and phone camera
  • Understand Lighting and how to utilize light to create mood
  • Utilizing composition to tell a story with your photographs
  • Truly understand the foundation of using your camera, from basic to advanced
  • Best way to photograph family, kids and individual portraiture

  • Dates & Location

    Sunday, February 9, 2016 | 9:00am - 3:00pm
    (Feb 23rd class is cancelled. Please call us to move you to Feb 9th)

    DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Jose
    2050 Gateway Place, San Jose, CA, 95110, USA

    Early Bird Special Signup
    (65% OFF the regular $549 price. Offer ends 12/31)

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    • Dave Contreras (Orange County, California) :
      Hey Guys just wanted to keep you updated on my photography post Workshop. Well, with the photos that I got from that weekend, I created a Model Mayhem page... Man, I've been hit up a lot by girls wanting their photio taken. Sheesh I hardly have time for this. Well, at least I can be selective with the people I work with. Thanks again guys! The workshop elevated my status and photog and gave me the confidence to pursue this more seriously!

    • Trevor Ngo :
      Michael, the workshop exceeded my expectations. In addition to being very informative, it was also most enjoyable. From the first minute to the very end I was captivated. Thank you

    • Steve Prue (Brooklyn, New York) :
      i did have a blast at the byron workshop. i highly recommend y'all trying to attend this. it's a very productive day out.

    • Photographer Norman Yee (Fremont, California) :
      I had a great time at the workshop. thanks to Mike & Paul, Libby, the models, and Libby's family for allowing us on the ranch (and of course thanks to the cooks -- the food rocked)