Have you finally purchased that camera you’ve been researching for months, but now realize you have no idea how to use it? Or maybe you’ve had your camera for a while and only know how to operate it in Auto mode? (YIKES)
Are you a business owner looking to take better photos of your clients or products? How about a parent looking to get better family pictures and capture those everyday moments?
My hands on: Intro to Digital Photography Workshop is for you!
This 2 hour workshop will consist of a 1 hour crash course in ISO, Aperture, and Shutter speed. What all those buttons on top of your camera really mean and when/how you should use them. You will also learn how to shoot in Manual mode so you have complete control over your camera and not the other way around.
Then we will have 1 hour of hands on shooting complete with models and products so you can put what you have learned to work!
At the end of our time together you will feel confident using your camera in a variety of common situations, from photographing your clients after you have just slayed their hair or makeup to capturing your kids on Christmas morning.
Each person will also receive a personalized binder complete with all the things we discuss during our workshop so you can refer back once you leave. The learning never stops. I am 4 years into my business and I challenge myself daily to keep learning!
In order to take this course you will need a DSLR camera. Not sure if your camera falls into that category? Shoot me a message! Don’t own a camera yet? There are a variety of companies that allow you to RENT equipment so you can try it before you buy it! See below!
I am limiting the workshop to 6-10 participants only so that we can keep the class small and have a more intimate approach. We will have giveaways, gifts and goodies!
I look forward to working with you! To book simply email: firstname.lastname@example.org with "workshop" in the subject line and you will be sent an invoice. Slots are a first come bases.
I look forward to meeting you!
Need to rent a camera or lens?