Well you asked for it and here it is. I will be coming to Houston for 1 day to teach some lucky moms on how to use their cameras. THIS COURSE is a BEGINNER Course for the mom who is ready to OWN their camera and find the light. It is for the mom who wants to learn how to capture those every day moments before they become just a memory.
I am in the works of extending my workshops to the intermediate photographer – but as of right now, I only offer 1:1 sessions.
If you are interested in joining me, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your equipment (camera and lenses) and if you would be interested in being a host family. The benefit of being the host family is that we use your children as the models and you get to learn first hand where to find the light in the comfort of your own home and in your neighborhood.
FULL PAYMENT REQUIRED TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT
When I started this journey, I learned really quickly that I had to re-train my eyes to see things that I would naturally overlook. I still have days where I am like..”How did I not see that”. I have learned to walk away from an image after I edit and come back to it…. 99% of the time I will see the mistakes I overlooked.
I just posted an image on facebook. I have altered 5 things in this image… challenge your eye to see what I changed.
I have memories that are etched into my heart. Chasing them around the house playing MOMSTER is one of them.
When I saw him sitting in the “quiet room” – I wanted to capture his peacefulness…. It was when I changed my perspective , that I then saw hers.
Shooting my kids one-on-one is easy…. shooting them together… not so easy. The reality is .. it’s not them it’s me. As you can tell – I got the shot at which point I should let them be- my issue is that this love of shooting does not end at one or two frames … but their ability to entertain my need to chase the light does.
Thanks kiddos – you both are my valentines. You two make my heart happy…. every single day.
superhuman strength comes from the kindest of hearts.
I never realize how many photos I have that have that pop of red… but as I was going through them … it was this one that caught my eye. I remember being this age and I couldn’t twirl fast enough…the feeling of my hair whipping in the wind as my skirt took on a life of its own. Check out other amazing submissions at www.rocktheshotforum.com
When daddy called to say goodnight – Emerson had to run outside to show him the stars.
We told her it was freezing… she didn’t believe us.