Workshop Space Available

Aside from the weekly photo classes that I teach, periodically I schedule a crash course workshop version for students who are unable to attend the weekly class due to distance or scheduling.

This coming weekend will feature our Photo Basics Crash Course Workshop and June 5th is our Advanced Photography Crash Course Workshop.

We have one attendee unable to attend that needs to fill her spot. If you are interested in attending or taking her spot, please send me an email at brooke@brookesnow.com

Currently, these are the only weekend workshops scheduled for the rest of the year.

Here’s a quick class description:

Photo Basics Workshop

May 22, 2010
10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Logan, UT
Cost: $250
Tuition also includes lunch and manual of all workshop presentations.

Description: Learn to master your camera!  Leave the world of auto behind and take control of all the artistic possibilities your camera is capable of.  The workshop will cover the following: shooting in manual, understanding aperture, shutter speed, ISO, light metering, focus, achieving depth of field, freezing action, implying motion, composition, and posing.  We’ll put it all into practice with a hands on shoot with models, where you have an opportunity to receive coaching and guidance to all your questions.

Advanced Photography Workshop:

June 5, 2010
Logan, UT
10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Cost: $250 Tuition includes lunch, PDF manual, and hands on shoot with models.

Ideal for the starting professional or photo enthusiast striving for more connection and impact in their images featuring people.

This workshop includes the following :

1.  Working with natural light.  The model demonstration is intentionally scheduled during the most challenging light of the day.  Learn how you can use the light to work with you instead of against you in creating beautiful well lit images in any circumstance.

2.  Creativity. Learn how to find locations, how to generate ideas, how to creatively prepare for a shoot, and where to look for inspiration.

3.  Working with your subject. Photographer/subject interaction and POSING, POSING, POSING! Tips for photographing kids.  Tips for helping people relax. Building relationships with your subjects and creating images that fit their true personality.

4.  Portfolio building opportunity through the model demonstration.  All models issue a model release granting permission for students to use the images in their own portfolio setting.

5.  Brief tips on photo editing, including what NOT to do, and the secret subtle enhancements that really make a difference.

6.  Valuable PDF manual and workbook of all topics, images, and notes presented during class so you won’t forget anything!

7.  Q&A to tie up all the loose ends!

8.  Unlimited membership in Brooke’s exclusive Photo Cafe blog/forum for continuing feedback on images, answers to business or photography questions, and most of all a welcoming place in a community of happy photographers!

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