This selfie taken in my bathroom with my iPhone.
Lately, I’m all about looking for ways to have more fun and connect with others while getting out and adventuring! So, I thought, why not introduce that more into my work as well! And, that’s how my new (fun and educational) series “Selfie Sundays” was born! This is a 5-week series of classes where we will meet (on Sundays) to learn about the art of photography, while drinking coffee, riding bikes and eating really great food! You, (the learner) will join me (with whatever camera you own- even your cell phone, if you’d like), to learn about portraiture (and the “art of the selfie”), learning to “see the light”, how to “explore with your camera,” and “learning to see”. I’ll also answer individual technical questions and focus on that during our last class. We will meet at 9:45am each Sunday at Rivet beginning May 4. From there we will pick up bikes from Arlberg Riverfront Rentals and head out to explore with our cameras. We will spend 1.5 hours in “class” and come back to Pybus for a catered lunch provided by Dilly Deli. The cost is $50 per class (includes the cost of teaching, coffee, bike and food), or $220 for the 5-week series! At the end we will print the best of your work and have an art show! Class-size is limited!
The first 5 to sign up will receive a VSCOcam app filter pack of their choice!
To sign up email me:firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes scheduled for
May 4 -First class will focus on “The Art of the Selfie” (Using whatever camera you own, even your camera, ways to use the equipment you have and the light that is available to make the best picture (including the “selfie”) you can!
May 11-Second class: “Learning to See the Light” (Getting to know different lighting techniques using available light).
May 18-Third class: “How to Explore with Your Camera” (Trying new things, including new angles, new settings on your camera).
June 1-Fourth class: “Learning to See by Defocusing” (practicing letting go of what you’re “supposed to do” and enjoying the moment).
June 16-Fifth class: “Technically Speaking” (answering any and all technical questions about photography and your camera).