Are you tired of feeling like THIS when you pick up your camera?!
You know who you are…
The one that was gifted (or maybe even bought it for yourself!) a super nice camera and you haven’t moved it out of auto.
The one who complains about all your pictures being too dark, too bright, too blurry or all the wrong colors.
Are you sick of trying to read your manual to figure out what all of those knobs do and why that flash makes your kids look like scary-eyed ghosts?! Are you tired of missing precious moments in your kids’ lives because you simply can’t figure out this big clunk of metal?
It’s time to get your money’s worth from that beautiful camera that just sits on the shelf. I am here to rescue you from your frustration (and your husband’s glares). 😉
Here is a sampling of what we will be going over:
- Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority and Manual Modes
- Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO: What the heck does that mean and how do I use it to take a better photo?
- How to look for natural light and take advantage of it
- How to focus on and frame your subject
- How to nail the image in camera so that you don’t need to edit
This workshop is limited to only SIX attendee spots. I want everyone to feel comfortable and to have a chance to participate 1-on-1. So grab your “nice camera” and sign up for this amazing workshop. It’s going to be 5 hours of fun–full of great information!
WHEN: May 17, 2014 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. OR June 21, 2014 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
WHERE: My studio in Bloomington, IN
HOW MUCH: A fantastic introductory price of $150 for the day, which includes the workshop, lunch, snacks, an info packet for you to take home, a quick reference guide, AND a swag bag with a custom camera strap, a gift certificate and some great coupons.
PAYMENT: Only a $75 retainer is required now to hold your spot and then the remaining balance is due the day of the workshop.
- 10-12:30: We will be going over camera functions, composition, white balance, tips and tricks
- 12:30-1:00: Lunch (provided)
- 1-2:30: We will shoot 2-3 models in my natural light studio and outside, weather permitting
- 2:30-3: Questions and review
WHAT YOU NEED: A DSLR Camera (any brand is fine) and a lens. I highly recommend a 50mm 1.8, which is about $100, but you can absolutely take this workshop with the kit lens that came with your camera.
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity! Take this time for you… so that you can preserve memories of your family the way you want to.
Please email me at Lisa@ExpressionsbyLisaGupton.com to reserve your spot.
DISCLAIMER: This workshop is NOT for professionals or anyone interested in starting a business (a non-compete contract will be required for participants). This workshop is for Moms (or Dads) who simply want to preserve memories of their kids and to learn how to use their cameras. I will not be teaching any posing, editing or business aspects.