Thank you so much for taking an interest in my workshop. I have been lucky enough to turn my hobby and passion into a successful business. Now, I am offering to teach you how to use your manual settings and take control of your photographs.
If you are anything like me, you purchased an expensive camera because you wanted great photos. Little did I know, learning how to use it would be so overwhelming. Until I learned how to use my camera settings, I was not getting the most out of my camera and my pictures were "ok" not "WOW'! That all changed when I learned and practiced using my camera.
I invite you to take this opportunity to learn what I know about the manual settings on your camera and how to use them to add impact to your portraits. Workshops are a great way of not only learning new things, but networking and meeting people with similar interests.
The Taking Control Workshop is new or novice photographer, wanting to learn how to use the manual setting on a DSLR camera. The purpose of the workshop is give all participants basic knowledge about using their camera settings in a fun and relaxing environment. This workshop will be very hands-on. You will be practicing what you learn as you are learning it. No stuffy classroom or boring notes! We want to you to walk away ready to practice your new skills and get those amazing shots you have been wanting to capture.
Next Workshop Dates:
May 20, 2017 1:00-4:00PM (Capon Bridge, WV Location)
May 21, 2017 1:00-4:00PM (Central City, PA Location)
June 11th, 2017 1:00-4:00PM (Central City, PA Location)
What You Will Learn:
At this workshop, we will cover basic of the aspects of a using your DSLR camera on the manual setting. There is no prior experience necessary for this workshop. You will learn how to use your camera settings to capture the pictures you have always wanted. All attendees will receive a student workbook to keep for their reference after the workshop and an invitation to a private facebook page just for camera and photography questions.
This workshop focuses on the following concepts:
Important camera elements
Depth of field
Basic lighting techniques
Basic composition techniques
What to Bring:
1. Your DSLR Camera (I will have 1 available for use, but to get the most of the workshop we suggest you have your own.)
2. We will be outdoors, so dress for the weather (we will have a rain date and let all participants know if we have to reschedule).
A Few Other Things:
Water and snacks will be provided throughout the workshop. We will be offering this and other workshops in the future, so be sure to check our facebook page for announcements!