Dear sweet parent who own a DSLR: stop bringing your kids to the Picture People or Sears, or Walmart! You have a fancy amazing camera that’s just as good as the ones there. Let me teach you how to capture them yourself with your own gear that is a million times better than them standing by a giant number for their birthday.
I’m introducing a new one class course called Capturing Kids geared toward moms, dads, expectant mothers, grandparents, proud aunties and uncles who own a DSLR! Maybe you don’t really know how to use your DSLR. Or maybe, you have noticed that even with the green box on auto mode that you still can’t capture your kids when they move fast – it’s blurry.
And now if you feel so inclined to learn from me, sign up and save your seat now! This would be a great gift for your friends too. Also know you don’t have to be a mom to do this workshop. You can be a busy person who only wants a quick basic photography instruction with 90 minutes and kids are excellent test subjects.
This is like a crash course – as in, I will be going very fast. The good news is that you can download it and watch it over and over again for your convenience!
- 90 minute class
- Wednesday, March 28, 2012
- Downloadable video for busy students/parents/international students
- LIVE video and chat room
- Slideshow presentation
- Worksheets and go-to handouts
What you’ll learn:
- How to use your DSLR – on manual mode
- Camera body and lens options
- How to find lighting and use proper settings
- How to get a framable expression
- Intro to editing
- Saving and storing your images
Thanks again to Creative Groove for being my organizer, administrator and supporter for these online workshops! Excited for my sixth time teaching online!
Diana Elizabeth said this was the year she was really going to concentrate on workshops. Upcoming ones include: building your photography business, getting into wedding photography, and intro to DSLR for beginners. Of course stay tuned to the blog for that!