I am soooo excited! A few months ago Hip Baby Gear, located in downtown Marblehead, asked if I would teach a workshop on how to take better photos to those that are interested. Lucky for me, Kristina Young of Kristina Young Photography had just developed a curriculum around this concept AND said she would team up with me to teach. Her program is called “Oh Snap!” and together we will be offering a workshop based on her material and shared experience. There will be 12 spaces for those interested but they will go quick so sign up as soon as you can!
Here is the information:
Date & Time: Wednesday, June 9, 6:30 – 9PM Hip Baby Gear
(includes 70 page workshop manual, light refreshments)
Please email me at email@example.com to reserve your space or sign up at Hip Baby Gear. Cash or check payment required evening of class. Credit card/PayPal payments accepted up to 24 hours prior to the class. Please email to receive an online invoice.
Do have you have a DSLR camera and want to learn how to take great pictures of your kids?
Have you had your camera for a while and you are frustrated that your pictures are not looking as you imagined?
Are you tired of reading technical manuals for your camera that don’t answer basic question: how to just take a better picture?
Do your images sit on your camera card for months, never downloaded or very disorganized on your computer?
Many parents purchase DSLR camera in hopes of not missing a moment of their children’s lives, but are not totally satisfied with the images when they appear on their computer screen. They just want their images to be better.
Oh Snap! is a workshop that parents how to take better pictures of their kids. It focuses on concepts you can easily put into practice, just by understanding lighting, composition and age appropriate techniques. Participants will walk away with a 70 page presentation manual that includes cheat sheets and quick tips for common situations which will help them improve their photos immediately… just by taking the time to assess light, change up their angle, and
remember a few quick tips.
* training your eye to find the light,
* composition and perspective,
* lens and focal length selection,
* tips great images at any age
* output: downloading, storage and printing
* high level review of exposure
* auto and semi-manual settings
This workshop is a great primer for Snap Camp! which is an in-depth workshop that covers the exposure triangle, moving to manual exposure settings, and post-processing techniques.
Bring your camera and bring your questions!