Because it’s long overdue, here are some ideas for spring family sessions. Also, be sure to follow my What to Wear board featuring some of my favorite photographers on Pinterest! Spring sessions on weekends are quickly booking up with just a few more spots available in April and May. Get inspired, go shopping for some new duds, and let’s plan your session!
FOREVER ago we visited our dear friends Steve and Tracy K at their home in Mississippi. About 5 minutes before we left for home, I pulled everyone outside for a quick photo session. C did not want to get out of her pajamas, and really, who could blame her? Those are some sweet pajamas! I’d like to say that I was saving their pictures for Steve’s birthday, which is today, but sadly it just turns out my closest friends have to wait the longest to get pictures back from me! You can basically judge how close we are by how many months it takes me to send you your pictures. In this case, it was October. It must be love!
Happy birthday Steve, and happy soon to be birthday, Tracy! We miss you guys SO much and wish you would just move home and make us dinner every night.
This is a beginner’s photography course focusing on getting you comfortable with using your own camera to capture those moments in between your professional family photo sessions. We’ll cover concepts from finding the best natural lighting in typical situations, choosing the right lenses for the intended result, camera modes, and so much more! No previous photography knowledge required!
What we won’t be chatting about: Photoshop and post production. That’s a whole other workshop (or 4)!
What you’ll receive:
- 2 Hour Crash Course Photography Free For All!
- PDF Workbook of all topics covered so that you can refer back to what you’ve learned
- An invitation to our closed Facebook Group so we can continue to watch each other learn and grow!
- Coffee, water, soda and snacks. Mmm coffee…
What to bring:
- Your DSLR Camera and manual if available
- Any lenses that you have
- Notebook/iPad in case you need to jot down any notes
- Questions! Don’t be afraid to ask! This is a beginner’s course after all!
To register for this course visit the Paypal Buy Now button for the appropriate class date above. Having a Paypal account is not required. If you need to pay via check or cash, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Spots are available on first come, first serve basis and the course fee must be paid to confirm your spot.
Is this course for me?
Do you own your very own DSLR camera but are slightly intimidated by all the bells and whistles? Perhaps you are a Mamarazzi at heart but are unsatisfied with the results you are getting while chasing your kids around the back yard? Or maybe you got a new camera for Christmas and are afraid to even take it out of the box?! If you answered yes to any of that, then YES, this course is for you!
Do I need any prior knowledge of photography?
I know enough to be dangerous, but still need help figuring out how to use my camera to the best of its abilities. Is this still for me?
Yes! I welcome you to bring your questions and share anything you’ve been struggling with. I’m here to help!
What if I still have questions after the 2 hour course? Will you be available to answer my camera questions any time?
We are starting a Facebook Group just for this purpose. I will be a member as well as other students from the course. Feel free to post your questions to this closed group and share your images for feedback from myself and the group! My goal is to create a local community for support and advice as well as just a place to show off your progress!
I’m not a mom, can I still come?
Yes! Any hobbyist interested in learning how to work their camera is welcome
I’m a professional photographer or I plan on being one in the next year. Can I participate?
Sorry! This is a closed course for hobbyists and enthusiasts only!
Still have questions? No problem! Contact me and I’ll be happy to discuss!