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Beginner's Photography Class

Beginner's Photography Class

Saturday 09 March
S Peoria Ave, Tulsa - 10am - 3 Hours
Tyler Moran
Ready to learn more about your camera and get out of automatic exposure? Now is your chance!

Join us as we break down your camera to help you learn about shutter speed, aperture, ISO and how these settings affect your exposure.

We will then put your new knowledge to the test with the guidance of a professional photographer.
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Come along to our photo sessions to dust off your camera and get snap-happy with a professional photography instructor.

Brush up on your camera skills and learn new photography techniques whilst on a photo walk class with other local keen photographers!

We run two hour photography sessions based on a photography theme/technique/style and they take place in various locations in Tulsa .

  • New to photography? We also run a popular 3 hour Beginners Guide to Photography Class once a month. And once in a while we will run special niche 3 hour classes, for example, Astrophotography - so do subscribe to our newsletter to know when the next on is!

  • Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to keen amateurs. The photography instructor is there to help you with camera settings and provide any advice you need.

  • What to bring? We recommend bringing a camera that has full manual mode or semi-manual modes (Aperture or Shutter Priority). Compact cameras and smartphones also welcome!

    The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

    Join the Tulsa Photography Group on Facebook to share your photos after the session.

    Got a question? Try our FAQ.
    Tulsa Photography Group
    Title or Location: Downtown Tulsa, near courthouse
    Spirals just attract photographers, anything resembling the famous Fibonacci Sequence is sure to catch the eye and it demands its picture to be taken.
    Credit: Erich Watson

    Tulsa Photography Group
    Title or Location: Fort Gibson Dam
    I was just diagnosed with kidney failure and was very sick. I decided I needed to get out of the house and go for a drive. I ended up at Fort Gibson dam and took these photos. No editing, just a beautiful day.
    Credit: Reita Stites
    Tulsa Photography Group
    Title or Location: Pensacola dam Langley Oklahoma USA
    This is one of my favorite Eagle spots as they provide action as they fish below the dam. This one of the most challenging shots to get in wildlife you need a very fast camera and lens. This area also provides great composition of shawdow and light very tricky. I use my tank 7Dii and 100-400mkii lens usually 1/2000 fps 800-1600 ISO I use AV TV M setting accordingly this was M gave me great contrast. I use Lightroom PP I do very little editing as I was taught Natgeoyourshot wanted to keep the sh
    Credit: Jim Bird
    Facebook: Jimmy Bird
    Instagram: 7d2canon

    Tulsa Photography Group
    Title or Location: ?Solo? photo taken at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
    This photo was shot on Saturday, 1/27/24, at 1:20pm on a Canon 90D with a Canon 70-200mm lens. 1/250, f16, ISO 500, 160mm. Post editing included slight sky enhancement and minor adjustments to texture and highlights, not much was needed as the setting is already quite stunning. While I have lived in Tulsa for the past 16 years, I grew up in Lawton, OK, which is fortunately incredibly close to the refuge. I have spent countless hours on that beautiful land as a child and young adult, but
    Credit: Sylvie Lynn Embry
    Facebook: Sylvie Lynn Photography
    Instagram: sylvie.lynn.photography

    Tulsa Photography Group
    Title or Location: Bailey, CO
    I like to get up before everyone in my house so I can have ?me? time to collect myself before the chaos of the day begins. Sitting in the living room of our AirBNB I noticed the light outside coming through the curtains was shining brightly so I decided to investigate. I?m glad I did! The moon painted such a beautiful scene of that mountain sky that I simply had to take the picture to remember it.
    Credit: Jeremy Winterscheid
    Instagram: Thecuriousokie
    Tulsa Photography Group
    Title or Location: Tulsa Gathering Place Skate Park
    I need time with a new lens so I went to the park. Tamron 100-400mm for Canon F81/640ISO 640Edited with Canon DPP. The bright pink was a new challenge.
    Credit: Dennis Keener
    Instagram: dennis.keener.923

    Colchester Photography Group
    Title or Location: Essex, UK
    A Gerbera cut flower taken in my lightbox using my Sigma Macro Lens. The gerbera makes such a lovely subject.
    Credit: Richard march
    Facebook: Photography by Richard March
    London Photography Group
    Title or Location: American Kestrel at the Canadian Raptor Conservancy
    First off, I have to say that I am not a "Birder". But I love challenging my photographic skills and abilities. The American Kestrel is not a big bird, and it is fast. So even when you know its takeoff is imminent, it is still hard to get a nice clear photo of the bird. This particular image was shot with a Canon R6 camera, with the RF100-500mm f/4.5-7.1 L IS USM lens at 1/5000 sec, f/7.1 and ISO 4000. I used the animal eye-tracking feature of this mirrorless full frame camera, and was very plea
    Credit: Kevin Rodger
    Facebook: Kevin Rodger
    Instagram: ckrodger
    Syracuse Photography Group
    Title or Location: Horseshow Bend in Page, AZ
    I had shot the sunrise at Horseshoe Bend the same morning and was hoping for a blazing sunset at this location after talking to the other photographers present at sunrise. Even with some clouds, we were not so fortunate and when the sunlight was casting on the water I switched to black and white mentality and was able to capture this photo. You can just see the setting sun in the upper right corner for the photo.
    Credit: Marc Gerbsch
    Facebook: marc.gerbsch

    Peterborough Photography Group
    Title or Location: Nene Valley Railway - Wansford
    I was on a leisurely family walk going towards Nene Valley Railway in Wansford when serendipity struck, and I found myself in the perfect spot to capture a captivating moment. The sight of a steam train preparing to depart from the station sparked a rush of excitement and nostalgia. The timeless allure of steam trains and the bustling atmosphere of the railway added a touch of history and charm to my photography experience.
    Credit: Darnell
    Instagram: Viewfinderd
    Wichita Photography Group
    Title or Location: Halstead Kansas, outside my house
    It was a cloudy day and my cat was up in the tree. he had always had very deep blue, but with all the defused light from the clouds and the contrast from the tree bark, It sent me running for my camera.I shot it on a Nikon D5600, with a 70 - 200mm lens, on January 25, 2024.I shot it raw while in manual mode, the aperture was 4.1, the iso 100, and the shutter speed was 1 over 700.
    Credit: Matthew Rowe
    Swansea Photography Group
    Title or Location: Three Cliffs Bay, The Gower, Swansea
    This one took a bit of planning to catch the Milky Way in the place I wanted, the Weather, Moon, and Milky Way core all had to be right and as you might guess it took a few seasons for it to come together, every time it was a walk in the dark over the sand dunes from Pennard to get to the right spot on the cliff edge, I'm a little picky when it comes to star trails and although there are certain formulas for shutter speed to "visibly" limit star trails I'd rather have none, so I dragged my Star
    Credit: Terry Brooks

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