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Love Your Camera Workshop Announced | Central Illinois Photographer

January 25, 2018

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I’m so excited to announce that the Love Your Camera Workshop registration is LIVE with not one, but TWO locations and dates!! 

 

This year, I’m offering my beginning photography workshop in two locations so that you can choose the one that best fits your schedule. I love offering this class to help people who have a DSLR camera that is still stuck in Auto Mode! It’s time you learn to use that camera to its full potential! If you have a DSLR camera, but you really never do anything other than pull it out, put it on Auto (or one of the other functions like “sport” or “portrait”) and snap away . . . this is for YOU!

The workshop is a three-hour hands-on workshop that will teach you how to shoot in manual and take control of your camera. Technology is pretty cool, but YOU should be the one telling your camera what to do.

People ask why I would want to teach all my tips and tricks to shooting better pictures. Well, this is exactly how I learned to take great pictures of my kids. I fell in love with the art of photography by taking a couple of workshops just like this. Eventually, this turned into a business! I want to share that with others, whether you just want to take amazing pictures of your kids or your travels, OR if you are thinking that maybe this could turn into a business for you someday.

The details:

February 25 from 2-5 PM at Two Whisks Bakery in Manteno, Illinois

Register for this date here!

February 28 from 6-9 PM at Imagine in Milford, Illinois

Register for this date here!

The class is $99 if you sign up by February 1!!!! Cost after February 1 is $129.

This cost includes the 3-hour workshop AND a free Facebook group to connect with past/current students, ask me questions and post your work for gentle, encouraging feedback!

 

Questions? Email me at karen@karenshoufler.com

 

 

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Karen