Cape Gazette

Local photographer to offer courses starting Jan. 7

Dec 26, 2012
Source: Submitted "Fisherman's Wharf" by Marc Clery.

Veteran photographer Marc Clery will offer digital photography classes at Studio Henlopen, 19849 Hebron Road in Rehoboth Beach beginning Monday, Jan. 7.

Clery, who is a freelance photographer, has extensive experience in photojournalism, commercial, wedding, portraiture and fine art photography. He has received numerous awards from professional organizations such as the National Press Photographers Association, the Florida Press Association and the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association. He has worked with The Miami Herald, The Vero Beach Press-Journal, The News Journal and the Delaware State News, and his work has been published in USA Today, The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Wall Street Journal newspapers, as well as in Delaware Beach Life, Delaware Today and Wine magazines.

Clery also has taught photography as an adjunct instructor at Wesley College.

He returns to the classroom in January, offering his Capturing Light Photography course for students, focusing on basic and advanced techniques of digital photography. Instruction will include proper camera exposures using shutter speeds and f-stops and the art of editing. Each student will learn how to best edit their images with an eye for what makes a great photo.

Each course will include two classroom sessions and three outdoor sessions. The first course begins Jan. 7, and the class will meet at Studio Henlopen from 6 to 8 p.m. The outdoor sessions will be held on Saturdays from 9 to 11 a.m.

At the conclusion of the course, students will showcase their best photographs in an exhibition that will include a public reception for the community.

Tuition is $225 per student. Enrollment is limited to four students per course.

For more information, call 302-569-7340 or email To view Clery’s photographs and past students’ photographs, go to

"Skimmer" by Marc Clery. (Source: Submitted)
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