Matt Lit Photo • Colorado Dog Photography • Digital Photography Education • Wedding Photojournalism 

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All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized use of photography prohibited by laws in the United States and Europe. Please respect my copyright and that of my students.

Vision & Seeing topics covered:

  • Compositional guidelines & the math behind the beauty
  • Adapting your vision & Seeing how the camera sees
  • Focal length to capture your vision
  • Getting it right IN the camera, not fixing it in Photoshop
  • Seeing light & learning to meter to capture what you see​
  • Metering, the Zone System & your Histogram

Only $249

June 18 - August 20, 2018

Mondays  -  6-9 p.m.

​Kremmling Library  300 S. 8th Street Kremmling, CO 80459


  • Weekly sessions conveniently scheduled after average work schedules (6-9 p.m.). 
  • An energetic mix of technical skills, active photography, follow-up critiques. Continued availability after course ends! 
  • ​Personalized attention and help outside of class. 
  • Tripods available FREE!


Limited to 12 people! 

KREMMLING Photo EDU 10-week course Designed to fit your schedule!


Basic Digital Photography topics covered:​​

  • Basic Camera layout & menus
  • Aperture & Shutter as Creative Controls
  • ​F-stop & Shutter as Exposure Controls
  • ​Exposure meters, Zone System, Histogram
  • Inside the Digital Camera

Questions? Contact me!

Computer Equipment needed

Computer:

  • ​External Hard Drives (recommend 2 - 1TB)
  • USB thumb drives
  • Laptop with Photoshop or Lightroom
What my students have to say: 

Computer:

  • Digital Asset Management...DAM!
  • Storing & Backing Up your images
  • Basics of Adobe Bridge, Photoshop & Lightroom
  • Tweaks, techniques & actions

Kremmling Photography Education Series


Digital Photography Education to fit your schedule!

What's included when you learn with Matt

Camera:

  • Understanding of why you're picking up the camera in the first place
  • How Aperture & Shutter work in concert for creative outcomes and correct exposure
  • Understanding digital ISO and how to use

Before the course starts: 

  • Get out your instruction manual. Learn your camera: 
    • Where the buttons are, what they do and where is the information presented to you. I'm going to teach you about photography but you need to learn your specific camera! 
  • ​Need help finding your instruction manual? Contact me and I'll help you find online. 

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All my lessons include continued access to my videos, plenty of follow-up time for additional questions & photo review (within reason...full portfolio reviews and private tutoring available for a nominal fee.)

Adobe Bridge/Photoshop/Lightroom:

  • What's the difference?
  • Which program is right for me?
  • Basics of Workflow
  • Digital Asset Management​

Professional photographer/educator ​Matt Lit teaches basic digital photography at the Kremmling Library in a 10-week course with your learning needs AND your schedule in mind. 

On Facebook: Kremmling Photography Class

     "Matt has helped me learn the basics of shooting - shutter speed, lighting, aperture, depth of field, ISO and RAW. He has taught us how to store our photos and how to edit them.  All of this has helped me understand my camera quite a bit more." 


      "Matt has so much experience, enthusiasm and knowledge about photography. The class is a bargain price - well worth the cost! The Power Point presentation alone is invaluable. I highly recommend this class!"

Includes: 

  • ​the Wonders of Photography by Dennis Curtain

* ​This is the textbook I reviewed the manuscript for and am a featured photographer.  

  • PowerPoint: Basic Digital Photography (from the college classes I teach).

Camera Equipment needed

Camera:

  • D-SLR, mirrorless or compact capable of:

​​                • Manual Exposure 

                • Display of Histogram

  • Multiple memory cards

Creative Vision:

  • Passion and inspiration for photography
  • Learning to previsualize in your mind and when you're "in the viewfinder"
  • Discovering your personal style
  • Continued inspirations for your vision & style

Student work from Summer 2017. Credit: Lori Orzek, Rosie Stahl, Barb Kollar, Lena Mcnichols

       "Even though I missed the first couple of classes, Matt made me feel welcome and made sure that I didn’t miss any material. Matt is always willing to answer questions, in class and outside of class, and is so enthusiastic about photography."


      "It was fantastic to get together once a week with a group of people who also wanted to learn more about photography (and it was totally fine, even helpful, that we all were at different levels...). Dedicating a couple hours once a week is the best way to learn and to practice."