Aspen Photography School

In Blog by Matt Shetzer

Announcing the Aspen Photography School: Personal Instruction from an Expert

Aspen Photography SchoolJoin me in one of the world’s most beautiful landscapes, and learn to take digital photos you’ll treasure for a lifetime.

Do you have a digital camera with all the trimmings, but still can’t seem to get that perfect shot? Do you love the thrill of searching for the right nature scene, but when you look through your photos that night, they’re never quite what you hoped for?

With today’s technology, it’s easier than ever to take good photos, and harder than ever to take great ones. There’s one proven way to take your photography to the next level — in-depth, one-on-one coaching from an experienced professional photographer who knows how to teach.

That is why I started the Aspen Photography School. If you’re an amateur photographer, join me in Colorado for a day of one-on-one instruction, tailored to your personal interests.

Each course at the Aspen Photography School lasts an entire day, and only one individual or couple studies at a time. We’ll meet at a scenic spot, or in the studio, and dive deep into whatever you want to learn. Composition, lighting, auto-focus tracking, perfect exposure with histograms, post processing and more: everything is on the table.

The Aspen Photography School is a unique opportunity to get your nature photography improved in real time. As we shoot the scenery, you’ll be amazed at the difference between your output at the beginning and the end of the day. Best of all, you’ll acquire skills you can carry with you throughout your whole life as a photographer.

About the instructor
Matt Shetzer has been photographing nature and wildlife for over twenty years. In 2011, he began leading tours to the world’s most beautiful places and sharing his love of photography and teaching dedicated photography enthusiasts at every step. More about Matt Shetzer can be found HERE.

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Aspen Photography School was last modified: October 27th, 2020 by Matt Shetzer