I have an exciting announcement this morning! The last photography workshop I taught was in the spring of 2011 and I think I’ve learned a lot in the past three years that I would like to share with you.
This workshop is for you if you:
A) bought a DSLR thinking that would solve any issues you had with getting good quality photos…but found out it wasn’t just the camera.
B) you can’t seem to find the time or motivation to read your DSLR manual.
C) you want to take your photography skills to the next level.
D) you learn best with hands-on experience.
E) you like to hang out with other photography hobbyists and enthusiasts and soak up the inspiration.
F) you like good food and fun new experiences!
To sign up, email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment with your email information. The workshop will be a small group, so there will be limited seats available. When I’ve taught in the past, it has been really rewarding to see many aha moments, as either the technical components have finally made sense, or how light works; or even little details that you may not have considered, begin to come together and make sense. I can’t wait to see exciting breakthroughs!
I can’t end this post without a little cuteness….
Our best buds Donna and Jamie recently added a new family member named Zeke. He’s a golden doodle and he was just eight weeks old when I snapped these photos. He’s now eleven weeks old and tonight we get to pick him up to come stay with us for a couple of days. Donna has been stopping by with him and letting Scooter and Zeke have short little playdates. It has been hilarious watching our little old lady play with a rapidly growing and rambunctious little boy dog. They wear each other out! Should be interesting to see how they do when they’re together all day! Scooter needs a little excitement in her life and she’s about to get it. Initially, Donna and I were going to get sibling dogs, but when it came down to it, Tom and I don’t think a big version of a golden doodle is what we want, and Jamie decided he needed a big dog. Add that to the fact that I have been traveling non-stop for 3 months, so it wasn’t the ideal time to add a pup! I know we’ll get another pup sometime in the next year, when the timing is right. For now, we’ll enjoy our nephew Zeke.