This class for older teenagers and adults requires the use of a camera that allows you to change your aperture, shutter speed, and ISO - ideally a DSLR, however many point & shoots also allow you to adjust these settings and would work for this course. You may share a camera if you're taking the class with a relative or friend. It's great to take this class with someone so you have someone to practice with between classes.
You will learn how to use the settings correctly to get properly exposed photographs. We will do a lot of hands-on shooting of various objects and people to allow you to practice these skills and learn how to use the settings to achieve the photos you want. This class is for both the hobbyist or amateur photographer.
This class also includes support in an online group where you can post your images for feedback and shooting assignments to help you meet your goals and take your photography to the next level.
Classes can be taken every other week in sequence or you can choose dates that work best for you. It is best to take classes in sequence and classes 1-3 must be attended to participate in class 4. More classes will start in January!
ALL CLASSES 7:30-8:30
Class 1: Mon, August 20
Class 2: Mon, September 10
Class 3: Mon, September 17
Class 4: Mon, October 1
Classes 1-3 are held in my home portrait studio in Trinity Park Washington, PA.
Weather permitting, Class 4 will be held outdoors at a local park
At this workshop you will learn how to take better photos using either a camera or a phone. Lighting, cropping, subject placement & phone photography functions will all be covered. If you want to take better candid photos of your children - this is the workshop for you! We will practice shooting during the workshop so please bring either a camera or phone (or both) to use!
This workshop will take place at local Washington parks - usually Washington Park, Billy Bell or North Franklin Park depending on what is available.
At this workshop for preteens and teens, students will learn how to take better selfies and take photos of and with their friends. It is recommended for students to bring a phone or tablet with a front-facing camera and a selfie stick. This class takes place at my home studio in Trinity Park unless otherwise noted.