Posted at 3:20 p.m., May 1, 2016

Photography workshop says cheese at College

Week-long class to be held this summer

Courtesy of Ty Stockton/LCCC Public Relations

The master speaks:

Nat Coalson instructs students at Lions Park during last year’s Eddington Photo Workshop. Colleen Miniuk-Sperry will teach the workshop this summer, Aug. 1-5.


The Eddington Photo Workshop is a week-long class on photography. This is the second year the class will be held.

This summer, the Eddington Family Enrichment Fund will present the Photography as Fine Art workshop from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. from Aug. 1-5 at Laramie County

Community College. There will be some off-campus photography that will take place during the scheduled class time.

Colleen Miniuk-Sperry will be teaching the class this year. She will be teaching a visualization-driven style of photography aimed to encourage more personal connection of the photographer with the subject. The workshop will have a mix of different learning styles and sessions throughout.

The workshop is aimed at people who enjoy photography and have a nice digital camera at their disposal.

Teaching will be focused more on expanding an already present knowledge base rather than beginner photography. However, it’s not an expert workshop, and anybody who has basic knowledge of how their camera operates can apply.

Photographers can sign up for the workshop by contacting the LCCC Foundation at 778-1285. The workshop costs $300. There’s a $50 deposit to hold a seat in the class, which will later be applied to the total balance due. The class will likely fill up quickly, so the sooner the better for applying.

How to apply:

Contact the LCCC Foundation
at 778-1285.

The workshop costs $300.

There’s a $50 deposit to hold a seat in the class, which will later be applied to the total balance due.