These are the images from the students in my online Digital Photography class. They are making great progress and taking beautiful images. My students have worked hard to learn how their camera works and how to take great images with them. They have been learning about aperture, shutter speed, white balance and even how to shoot in manual mode! Click here if you want to learn more about this class.
Window light is by far my favorite kind of light to photograph with. It’s the only kind of light I use when I photograph newborns. It’s just so lovely. When you use it correctly you can make your subject look fabulous! And who doesn’t want to look fabulous? The trick is to put your subject in front of the window about three feet away and at a 45 degree angle. If you want, you can even pop in a reflector to soften up the shadows on the other side. Simple as that! Who knew it could be so easy?
Learn more about lighting in my eBook, How To Shoot Your Family and Friends and Get Away with it.
Learn better by watching videos? Then click here for my online photography class with videos, power points and assignments.
Did you get a cool new DSLR for Christmas but your not quite sure how to use it? Are you wondering what all those fancy buttons do? Are you intimidated by the manual? Here is a fun and easy way to learn how to use your new camera!
Learn photography this Summer!
The school year is coming to an end, and we all want something fun to do this summer. So, I thought I would share my photography classes and eBook with you at a LOW LOW LOW end of school sale! This sale is only going to last until the end of May so act fast and get your online photography class and eBook now!
Photography Class for kids 7-11 (good for kids with a point and shoot digital camera)
Summer special $25.00
How to Shoot your Family and Friends… (online photography class for DSLR beginners of all ages)
Summer special $37.00
Summer Special $14.99
I am now enrolling for my Homeschooling Photography classes. They are for kids and teens from 7 years old on up! These are lots of fun and can be done at your own pace.