Why do we get all frazzled when it's time to take a picture? I think that there are so many buttons creating unlimited options in how to take the photograph that it overwhelms us. You just cross your fingers hoping the camera will capture the exact shot you've envisioned. And more times than not, you're left highly disappointed with results.
But guess what?! Taking photographs doesn't have to be such a stressful, unsatisfying experience. There are basic photography concepts and ways to compose your photos that will truly tell the stories of your life. There are ways for you to approach photography that give your photos and the subjects you photograph a more relaxed feeling.
Do you want to know how to work your camera so you can finally get the snapshots you've always wanted? You can learn how to think the shots through so you won't miss preserving those moments.
YOU can learn to capture moments like these on your camera:
Here's what I have to offer you:
Learn to Capture the Snapshots of Your Life
a full day workshop for women
with photography expert Lisa Ward
Saturday, May 16, 2015
10am - 4pm
This class is for those women who:
- have their own DSLR camera
- want to know how to shoot in manual mode (the camera mode that the professionals use)
- want to learn what makes a photograph interesting to look at
- want tips on how to get people to relax in front of the camera
- want a small class size experience
You will walk away with:
- knowing how to think through the photo taking process
- fabulous images taken in manual mode during a live photo shoot
- knowing what those buttons on your camera mean
- some new photography friends
- Fabulous Giveaways
This workshop would make a great Mother's Day gift!
Give yourself the gift of a full day of photography education for only $299!
Contact Lisa Ward to reserve your spot! (435) 374-8639 firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: Lisa Hallstrom Ward
Lisa Ward fell in love with photography during her first film photography class in high school. Her instructor pulled her aside and told her that she had an “eye” for photography. Lisa went on to major in Photography at Brigham Young University-Idaho and Weber State University. Her love for photography deepened after she married her college sweetheart, Sam, and they had their first baby. Over the years, Sam has surprised Lisa with camera upgrades, the funds to continue her photography education, and the unending patience in having a wife who insists on photographing everything. Lisa has taken digital photography courses from several masters of photography such as Brooke Snow, MeRa Koh, Jesse Walker, Alexis Miller, and Davina Fear. Not only is Lisa passionate about photographing young children and their families. She also loves teaching other women how to use their cameras to their full potential. Lisa grew up in upstate New York and loves the fact that she comes from a large family. Lisa is a wife and a mom of 4 (2 boys, 2 girls) and resides in Northern Utah. Her work has been featured twice on MeRa Koh's blog. You can see her lastest work at http://lisawardphotography.blogspot.com/