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Tim Yeaglin
Tim started his photography career working for a high-volume contract school studio. He moved to a low-volume studio and ran their digital darkroom while working as a retoucher. He opened his own studio in 2006, earned his Master of Photography and Photographic Craftsman degree from the Professional Photographers Association. He has earned countless awards including a Kodak Gallery Award and Photographer of the Year in Kansas City. You can view his work at timyeaglin.com
Upcoming Dates hosted by Tim Yeaglin
Saturday the 17th of April 2021
Beginners Guide to Photography - National WWI Museum and Memorial - 9 am - 3 hours
This class will go over the nuts and bolts of using your camera. By the end of this class, you will feel comfortable using the Manual setting on your camera and have a better understanding of how your light meter works as well as the relationship between the functions of your camera that impact exposure.
Instructor: Tim Yeaglin
$69pp     only 3 places left
Saturday the 1st of May 2021
Street Photography Meetup - River Market - 9am - 2 hours
Street photography has a deep and rich history and can be seen as a form of documentary. This spontaneous photography really tests a photographer's ability to capture quickly and see unique images from different perspectives.
Instructor: Tim Yeaglin
$35pp     10 places left
Saturday the 15th of May 2021
Beginners Guide to Photography Class - National WWI Museum and Memorial - 9am - 3 hours
Photography has a very steep learning curve. This class is designed to flatten the learning curve and will help you understand the basics of camera functions and how your images can be changed by altering the camera settings.

Bring your mask, camera, open mind, and creativity.
Instructor: Tim Yeaglin
$69pp     only 6 places left
Saturday the 29th of May 2021
Sunset & Long Exposure Photography Meetup - National WWI Museum and Memorial - 8:30 pm - 2 hours
Sunsets can be tricky to photograph given the exposure range in the scene. We'll be talking about proper exposure and camera placement. Once the sun goes down we'll move into some long exposure photography so bring your tripod and have fun playing with some night photography
Instructor: Tim Yeaglin
$35pp     10 places left
 
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