|WSP Workshops at Baltimore's Pinebox Art Center|
The Washington School of Photography is pleased to offer workshops to our Baltimore area neighbors, hosted by Pinebox Art Center in the King Cork and Seal Building, 101 N. Haven St. Suite 102, Baltimore, MD 21224 – the Highlandtown Arts & Entertainment District.
Participate in a WSP workshop at Pinebox Art Center and receive a $25 discount on your next purchase at Nations Photo Lab, based in Hunt Valley, MD.
Join us for the next WSP Camera Club Meeting
7:30 PM, TUESDAY,
Join the WSP
Join us at the Washington School of Photography for a full day of photography workshops, and have the opportunity to photography a variety of subjects including bridal, groom and engagement portraits, children, food, products, outdoor portraits, fine art figure, boudoir, a Mini Cooper and a motorcycle.
WSP Opens Darkroom
The Washington School of Photography has opened our darkroom to film photographers who need facilities to develop film and prints.
Friday, July 5th
On Friday, July 5, the Washington School of Photography will open “Ties Inseparable”, a regional, juried photography exhibition celebrating Patriotism: a cultural attachment to one’s homeland; love for or devotion to one's country.
Join us on the heels of our Nation's annual celebration of freedom, liberty and independence, to see the visions of others and their love of country.
Light & Color
Join Sam D’Amico at the Washington School of Photography to learn how to use color as an effective compositional element in your photographs. This hands-on, three-hour workshop is an in-depth examination of color as a characteristic of light and using color as a powerful element of photographic composition.
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday, June 27, 2013
Washington School of Photography
12276 Wilkins Avenue
Rockville, MD 20852
|Metering & Exposure|
Go beyond the simple balance of shutter speed and aperture when Sam D’Amico sheds light on the multiple options your camera presents with different metering modes, including matrix metering, center weighted metering, spot metering and how they affect the outcome of your picture.
Develop Yourself in the
WSP Professional Photography Program
Reserve Your Space in the
Evening Classes Start September 9th
Saturday Classes Start September 7th
Turn your hobby into a profession in the WSP Professional Photography Program -- the perfect place to jump start your second career or part time self-employment! The Professional Photography Program is a year-long vocational education series designed for individuals interested in turning their interest in photography into a second job or a full time career.
Join us for a preview of the WSP Professional Photography Program 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM, Saturday, July 27th. Attendance at a Program Preview session substitutes as an in-person interview.
The next series of evening Program classes begins Monday, September 9th, with classes runing Mondays and Tuesdays, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM.
On September 7, WSP will begin for the first time to hold Professional Photography Program Saturday classes. Courses will be held in tandem, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM.
You'll begin with the very Fundamentals of Photography on Tuesdays, paired with Composition and Design Techniques on Thursdays. You'll finish the year with final portfolio and web site production. Along the way, you'll also learn about business practices, portraiture, digital workflow and Photoshop, just to name a few. Class size is limited to 16 students, allowing for personalized instruction throughout the year.
An in-person interview is required before enrollment.
Call Program Coordinator Maryjo Niland at 301-654-1998 to schedule your interview.