Intermediate Photography Class with Anne Whitty

Wednesday, February 9th and
Wednesday, February 23rd from 7pm to 9 pm

Cost is $75 ($70 with $5 coupon code)

This class is virtual using Zoom.

Register and pay here

Cancellation Policy

Are you looking to take beautiful photographs of your kids? Do you love to photograph your travels? Have you always wanted to learn how to use your camera in manual mode?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then the Intermediate Photography Class is for you.

During this class you will learn how to use your camera in manual mode. I will teach you about aperture, shutter speed, ISO, the exposure graph, focal points, Shutter Priority Mode, and Aperture Priority Mode. This class consists of (2) two hour classes.

There will be a week in between each class so that you will have time to complete the homework assignment given in the first class. This class also comes with access to a private Facebook group for all current and former students. You will need to bring your camera (no smartphone please), your camera
manual, and a pen and paper to take notes on. Any camera with Manual Mode (look for the M on the top dial) will work.

There are no pre-requisites to take the Intermediate Photography Class.

Anne Whitty biography
Anne Whitty is a professional portrait photographer and owner of Anne Whitty Photography. She graduated from Monterey Peninsula College with a certificate in Photography in 2009. She began her portrait photography business in 2011. She loves doing real estate photography and working with families, newborns, children, high school seniors, expectant mothers and their partners, couples, and individuals who are looking for that special portrait. In 2014, she moved to Okinawa, Japan and, shortly thereafter, began teaching photography classes at the Kadena Arts and Crafts Center. She continued teaching until 2017 when she moved to Virginia. While living in Virginia, she taught for Stafford County Parks and Recreation and the Workhouse Art Center in Lorton, VA. In 2018, she moved to Annapolis, Maryland and taught for the Fort Meade Arts and Crafts Center and virtually online. In her free time she volunteers for the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in the Invertebrate Zoology Department editing photographs of the mollusk collection. She moved to Wayland in the summer of 2021. You can find her work at

The W Gallery requires that all students and teachers be fully vaccinated prior to the start of all of our in-person classes and workshops. Mask wearing is at the discretion of the instructor and will be communicated prior to the start of the class. Thank you for doing your part!