The all-day session will focus on using digital, single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras and will begin at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 6, at the Gallery MAR, 436 Main St., and extend to McPolin Farm and back again.
The workshop is open to 12 photographers from all levels.
Stevens, who teaches workshops at the Kimball Art Center and offers private corporate sessions, said she is looking forward to the Gallery MAR event.
"This is a new opportunity to something outside the places that I usually teach," Stevens said.
The workshop will begin at the gallery.
"We'll start with some basic instructions about the cameras that will last for about an hour or two and then we'll go out into the field," Stevens said. "We'll pick a spot near the barn, somewhere we can spread and shoot a specific theme and then whatever they want."
During that time, Stevens hopes participants will ask her questions.
"Outdoor workshops are just perfect ways to teach and learn photography," she said.
Upon returning to Gallery MAR, the class will hold a critiquing session.
"We'll discuss what worked and what didn't work and look at the photos we have taken," Stevens said. "We're going to be together for about six hours, so there will be plenty of opportunities learn about the camera and photography.
"And I've been told that I've been able to explain the technical aspect of photography without making it sound so foreign," she said. "I think a lot of people get frustrated when they can see a vision, but can't create it. So, I like to help them out."
Stevens said she usually teaches a series of workshops over the course of five or six days, but decided to present one class on Sunday.
"I think this will be good for people who are really busy because they will only have to clear their schedules once," she said.
The idea for the workshop actually started with Mullen.
"My husband and I decided to invest in a DSLR camera this past year and wanted to know how to use it," Mullen explained. "So while thinking about our own needs, we came up with an idea to ask Bekah to lead a workshop.
"I figured if we want to learn, there have to be other people, like us, who want the same, because most people who buy a camera like this find that there aren't a lot of instructions," Mullen said. "So to have a hands-on approach with a real photographer made a lot of sense."
Mullen met Stevens three years ago.
"She did a show about her trip to Africa at the Kimball Art Center and I thought the photos were beautiful," Mullen said. "Since then, she has been building her career in Park City by photographing weddings, family portraits and children's photography."
Although Gallery MAR doesn't represent any photographers, Mullen felt it was important to branch out when it came to hosting workshops.
"We have done many painting demonstrations, because I've always wanted to host demonstrations," she said. "And while we don't show photography, there are so many beautiful things to shoot in the area."
Stevens said teaching workshops are another way to share her passion about photography.
"I got my bachelors in English literature, but realized that I was constantly taking photos, so eight years ago, I started doing it for real, and attended the Rocky Mountain Photography School in Montana," she said. "Even now, I never feel like I'm truly working, and it's been nice to find a career that I enjoy so much."
The Gallery MAR, 436 Main St., will host a photography workshop about DSLR cameras with Rebekah Stevens on Sunday, Oct. 6, from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m. Photographers will meet at the gallery and then head to the McPolin Barn for some sessions before returning to town. The class is open to the first 12 photographers and is $90 per person. Participants can pay by cash or check the day of the class. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (435) 659-9659 to reserve a space.