(June 28th, 7-9pm, in Draper)
Taking photos with maximum impact. Learning rules and when to break them. Avoid distractions and master leading lines to enhance focus on your subject. Whether you have a DSLR or an iPhone, these principals will build on what you already know, taking your photos from good to great.
In-studio seminar. Please bring a notebook and pen to take notes.
Announcing our first workshop series! Sign up by June 28th to receive an introductory rate of $125/class or $400/4 classes (regularly $200/class or $650/4 classes).
Whitney is a professional photographer specializing in people photography, actor headshots, weddings, national parks, and night landscapes. Since 2009, Whitney has photographed over 120 weddings and developed international client relationships taking her all around the world. She has taught and mentored several students one and one and is excited to start this workshop series. Her mantra:
The world is a beautiful place. And I get to prove it.
Every day, if we open our eyes, *really* open them, we can see that beauty in the world from new perspectives and in the faces of each person around us. I am so grateful to have the role as a photographer to find, capture, and preserve that beauty.
Email Whitney with any questions (including if you have trouble signing up or don't have a Paypal account): firstname.lastname@example.org
(July 12th, 7-9pm, in Draper)
So, you just got a camera… It’s time to learn how to use it. This week will be more technical and hands on. Learn the effects and side effects of shutter speed, f-stop, and ISO. Knowing how to use the camera in your hands is far more important than which camera you own. Bring your camera and we will practice identifying and using the controls. Let’s go from auto to manual.
In-studio seminar. Please bring a notebook, pen, and your camera.
(July 26th, 7:00-9:00pm, in Draper)
Because a great photo is not finished until the edit is done. We’ll review the photos from last week and work with Adobe Lightroom - importing, organizing, and editing.
In-studio session. We will have Lightroom up on the projector, but feel free to bring your own laptop with Lightroom if you’d like to follow along.
You choose the topic, and we'll set up a time to meet. Private coaching is a great way to get to the next floor once you feel you've hit a ceiling because the curriculum is entirely catered to what you need. I have done coaching sessions on: Business strategy, off camera flash, night photography and light painting, practicing photographing people, how to use the camera, editing and organizational techniques, and many more.