FIRST WORKSHOP DATE FOR 2014: SATURDAY, MARCH 29!
I designed this workshop specifically with YOU in mind! You own a good digital camera but still fumble with all those buttons, dials, and settings. In this workshop, we’ll not only cover digital camera basics and how to use all those modes to your advantage, but I’ll also teach you how to unleash your creative side behind the lens, through 10 shooting tips that I use on all my photo sessions. You’ll leave this workshop inspired to take on your kids with your camera!
WHO THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR:
Moms and Dads who want to learn how to take better photos of their kids. Aunts, Uncles and Grandparents welcome too!
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
It’s highly recommended that you bring your DSL camera as we’ll covering the basics of digital photography in the first half of the workshop. If you don’t have one, you could consider borrowing one.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
How to switch from program mode to manual mode so you can take full advantage of your camera’s awesome features. This also includes how to properly set your ISO, shutter speed, aperture, and focus modes for ideal picture-taking of your kids. I’ll also share with you my 10 Essential Tips on How to Photograph Your Kid Like a Pro.
This 2.5 hour intro workshop is designed mainly for moms and dads who want to capture stellar pictures of their kids with their DSLRs. Photo-editing, and/or any aspect of running a photography business will not be covered in this beginners’ workshop.
A $50 gift card that can be applied towards a Family Photo Session you book with me ins 2014, a Rock That Kid Shot! Tips Booklet, and an invitation to join a private Rock That Kid Shot! Facebook page where you can share images of your kids, receive feedback from me, and continue to learn.
“Thanks so much for helping me to actually take the time to understand what my camera can do. I finally captured some photos of my two little guys in action!” Rebecca Earl
“I liked the workshop as it was simple and easy to understand. It rekindled my interest to start over again and this time I put what I learned to use!”Ranjeeta Dmello
“I loved the workshop and I’m so excited to start taking pictures in manual mode!” Erin Limerick
Questions? Drop me a line here.