Over the years I’ve had many people ask me if I would teach them how to use their big fancy cameras. They want to know why their camera doesn’t take better pictures. They want to know what kind of camera I have and what settings I use. They want to know what all those buttons are for. So many questions! I would need a couple of hours to answer them all!
Well, I’ve finally put together a workshop to answer all of those questions and I’m excited to officially announce it!
Join me for a fun afternoon of learning, sharing, and shooting!
Are you making the most out of your big fancy camera?
Kids grow up so fast! Are you taking the right pictures now that you will treasure forever?
Do you want to know my recipe for an amazing photo?
January 23, 2016 (1-4pm)
My home in Danville
What will I learn?
Composition – What goes into a good shot. How to work with your own kids to get natural photos. The basics of posing.
Light – How to utilize natural light indoors and out without using a flash.
Exposure – The basics of the exposure triangle (shutter speed, aperture, ISO)
Who is the workshop for?
Mamarazzi a beginner class for anyone with a camera who wants to take better photos.
Please bring your DSLR and your camera manual if you have it.
I will provide the snacks, a swag bag, and a cheat sheet for your camera bag.
We’ll spend the first part of the workshop learning the basics, and I’ll leave some time at the end to practice what we’ve learned.
The workshop is limited to 8 people.
The deadline to register is December 15th! (What an awesome holiday gift idea!)
To register click HERE!!
If you register before December 1st, you’ll have access to my Photoshop 101 video! Learn to take your snapshots to the next level with color correcting, color boost, and exposure correction. (Video will be available the day of the workshop)