Did you get a new camera and have no idea where to start? Are you going on a big vacation and you want to take great photos of your family having the time of their lives? Do you have a child who is interested in learning the art of photography as a hobby?
Your in luck! Throughout the year I teach photography classes at my studio here in Woodinville. I offer morning or afternoon photography classes, one day photography classes, weekend workshops and kids photography camps. My goal is to help you or your child improve your photography skills while gaining confidence and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest. You will make new photography friends and create memories that will help you better capture your own photographs. We will work on the technical aspects of photography, the artistic parts of photography, and the human element of photography.
It does not matter what kind of photography you want to shoot, Family, Seniors, Landscapes, Nature, Weddings, I can help you learn the basic skills to take the kind of photos you see online that your friends and family will love. Check out my classes below.
The Basic Digital Photography course is designed to help you learn all about your camera. This course will help you understand the basics of photography and all those photography keywords. You will learn how to locate and when to use all those different settings on your camera to get better photos.
This Class is perfect for all you moms out there who want to take better photos of their kids. Learn from this mom how to use the right settings in the right situations to capture those perfect shots. We will cover all the photography basics and some tricks to help you get those real smiles.
This fun and informative photography camp has been created for kids between the ages of 8-12 who want to learn the basics of photography. These classes will covers the history of photography, basic photography tips, the basics of exposure, composition and more!
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"It was such a pleasure to meet you - I truly enjoyed the class. It was just the right length of two hours to carve out of a busy family day and yet substantive enough to take good applicable learning. I also liked the balance between technical details and creative perspective of the class. Thank you! After our session I proudly gave my husband a heads-up that I'll be shopping for a new camera shortly!"
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"Thanks again for the lesson today - it was really helpful. I went to my backyard to take pictures with some of my learning from your lesson but oddly enough, there were no birds, bunnies or squirrels. I found the answer - I looked up high in my cherry tree and found this guy. Picture came out pretty well!"
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