Join us for a day-long, hands-on beginning photographer’s workshop to explore the basic tools of photography and how they impact your images. Maybe you have started to play around with a DSLR or even a film camera and want to understand how all the settings work and why they make your photo look different than what you envision. Want to go beyond point and shoot and understand how you can control your camera to make the images you want to achieve? We can teach you, and help you with insight from pro photographers from the studio at Love Life Images. Bring your DSLR and your questions for us- we will shoot on location and help you look through the images and make immediate changes.
DATE AND TIME
Sunday, March 19, 2017
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Historic Savage Mill
8600 Foundry Street
Suite 217 C
Savage, MD 20763
How much does the workshop cost?
$249 for early bird pricing (before March 10th) & $269 for regular price tickets (after March 10th)
Includes lunch on the day of the workshop. Refunds will be issued up to 24 hours before the workshop, minus a $39 service fee.
Who is teaching the workshop?
Jennifer Domenick has been a photographer for over 24 years. She has a degree in visual communication from Ohio University, a college nationally known for it’s photojournalism program. She worked for 10 years in the newspaper business, eventually making her way to a major newspaper in Washington, DC. She transitioned to weddings in 2002 and is now owner and founder of Love Life Images, an award-winning team of photographers who photograph weddings and portraits. The three associate photographers and two regular second photographers were all mentored by Jennifer Domenick.
Where will the workshop be held?
At our natural light studio in Savage, Maryland. Historic Savage Mill is a former textile mill that has been converted into shops and offices. We are tucked away in a corner studio with natural light, exposed brick and hardwood floors.
How long is the workshop?
We start at 10:00AM and end at 4:00pm. There will be a short break for lunch at 12:30pm, which will be provided. The morning will be a presentation about basic camera functions including f-stops, shutter speeds, ISO, white balance, composition, and the elements of a good photograph followed by a question and answer session. The afternoon will be spent practicing what you learn and reviewing your images.
What should I bring into the event?
Your DSLR and a laptop to download your images. Contact us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org