Classes and Workshops

Calendar of classes, workshops, and trips- click on blue link for details

June 1- Flower Photography workshop with Jan at Blithewold

June 5-10- Cape Cod for Infrared and Non-Infrared Photographers with Laurie Klein

June 17, 18 -Street Photography Workshop with Eileen McCarney Muldoon and Olaf Willoughby
The RI Center for Photographic Arts
Learn the skills and conquer the fear of street photography.

June 24-28th- Visualizing Maine with Cindy Wilson and David Pinkham

July 10-31 (Wednesdays, 4 classes)On the Road Photo Shoots with Cindy Wilson

July 9-23 (Tuesday, 3 classes) The World of Black and White Photography with Cindy Wilson

August 13- Low Light Photography at Fort Adams with Cindy Wilson

September 9 - 19, 2019- Scotland with Cindy and David- details here

October 11 2019- Iceland Photo Tour with Eileen McCarney Muldoon: Northern Lights and South Coast



cameraDo you need HELP with your camera, your Lightroom catalog, Photoshop, your printer, website, and/or your photography?  
Jan Armor can help you make better pictures, as he has done for many other photographers over the years. 

Call Jan at (h) 401-783-8232 (c) 401-441-5517 or mail at

He makes house calls  ($85 for 2 ½ hr. plus session) or you can visit his beautiful Indian Lake home($65 for 2 ½ hr session and a cup of coffee or tea). 

Jan Armor
The website:
8 Indian Trail N., Wakefield, RI 02879


Photography Workshops & Tours of South County

South County * Watch Hill *Weekapaug * Quonochontaug
Charlestown Beach *Galilee * Pt. Judith Light
Narragansett Pier
Fours hours of photo magic; Each photo tour is designed
for all ages and skill levels with travel time $20 for four hour tour Custom tailored to you. (minimum 3 people)

Thomas J. Tetzner
390 Narrow Lane
Charlestown,RI 02813

"Tom knows where the wildlife is..." Jan Armor

On-line Instructions - Sites listed are not endorsed by the PhotoGuild but have been suggested by members.

From Paul Mello:

A Scott Kelby talk on thinking. I used to be an event photographer (mostly sailing) and so the subject was already defined. I think "going out to find a picture" is a very daunting task indeed. It has always been that way for me. Just ask me about my 36 shots of milkweed. I was sure there had to be a keeper in there somewhere. This video, after the quick composition lesson, was a lesson and a big moral builder for me. Also, if you aren't doing it for a living, you must be doing it for fun, so have some!

The New England School of Photography offers classes for all levels of photographer.

A link to a good instructional site: Thanks to Dallas Molerin for the tip!

The website of Mark S. Johnson (from Radiant Vista) offers workshops and great Photoshop tutorials.

The Light's Right Studio Digital Darkroom tutorials:

Maine Media

Cambridge in Color Digital Photography Tutorials -- the technical aspects of digital cameras and photography explained. Kelby training offers many courses on every aspect of photography. You can sign-up for a month ($25)or a year ($200).

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