Create Pretty Things - The Workshop {Seattle Family Photographer}

June 26, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Seattle Family Photographer, camera basics workshop, Amy Louise Photography, Everett Family Photographer

Here it is - my very first workshop and I'm so excited to share it with you!

So what exactly is "Create Pretty Things" and what are you going to learn?

I believe so strongly in the power of photographs. I believe that images of childhood are so important and displaying images of your children around the house boosts their self esteem and speaks to them of their worth. Hiring a professional photographer is great, and obviously something I would recommend, but what about all the little moments throughout the year? First steps, eating solid foods for the first time, holidays, birthdays, naps on the couch, snuggles with grandma. There is no better person to capture that than you!

In this workshop, we're going to learn both technical and creative aspects of photography.

The first half of the workshop will focus on technical:

Types of cameras;

Lenses;

The exposure triangle;

White balance;

Types of light

The second half focuses on creative shooting:

- What inspires you;

- What features of your children do you want to remember?;

- How to find inspiration in and around your home;

The workshop will start at 9am on Sunday August 12th, and will take place in Everett. We will start the morning with mimosas, coffee, muffins and fruit while we get to know each other. We will work throughout the curriculum together and we will have time to shoot together to practice. We will finish with a light lunch around 1pm.

The cost for the first run of this workshop is $125 plus tax. This includes all snacks and a workbook, as well as a special discount for a family session with me.

Once you are ready to reserve your spot, please email me and I will forward you an invoice. Once paid, your spot is reserved and you will be on your way to creating pretty things.

 


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