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Rochester Photography Learning Center to open downtown

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The Rochester Photography Learning Center is set to open in January 2021, in downtown Rochester. Founded by Tanya Hervey, owner of Tanya Lee Hervey Photography, RPLC will offer programs designed for photographers of all skill levels.

“Whether you’re new to photography, an advanced enthusiast, an aspiring professional, or a professional photographer, we’ve got something for you,” according to Hervey.

“If your goal is to learn photography from scratch, enhance your current skills, or explore various workshops, Rochester Photography Learning Center is the perfect place to build that foundation,” said Hervey. “We’re dedicated to providing the hands-on experience necessary for you to succeed in your photographic journey, both personally and professionally.”

RPLC plans to offer a variety of photography courses. Basic Digital Photography is online now and accepting new students. Lightroom 101 and Photoshop 101 will be available at a later date. Hervey says that “more classes will be added in the first half of 2021.”

Visit www.rplc603.com to learn more or register for a course. The Rochester Photography Learning Center is located at 18 South Main Street in Rochester, NH, above the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce.

 

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