I'm teaching my semi-yearly Dog Photography Class this Summer in Cape Cod! I'm really looking forward to it, and I hope you'll join me.
This class is open to photographers of all levels (advanced beginner to professional), and brings you through so much valuable content such as: camera basics, utilizing natural light for portraiture, dog handling skills (and people handling skills, too), storytelling through imagery, and working with real live dog models. I always start my classes by going over camera basics - ensuring that all my students not only understand the crucial concepts of shutter speed, ISO and aperture - but can comfortably utilize those concepts while shooting. Camera basics need to be second nature, and this class will really challenge you (while supporting you, too, of course) to get very comfortable using your camera's Manual setting. Students will develop personal projects to produce over the course of the class, getting assistance and feedback from fellow classmates. We'll bring in concepts of style and perspective, as well as have time to get outside into the beautiful beaches, dunes and trails of Cape Cod, Mass to create content for final projects.
Though this course really packs a lot of information and learning into a short 4 days, we go at a very easy and digestible pace and have a lot of fun while we're at it. Learning is fun, and so is teaching! So be sure to sign up at the link below for this dog photography class, as space is limited.
Dog Portraiture Class
at Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill
Date: Monday July 31 - Friday August 4, 2017
Location: Truro, MA (Cape Cod)
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER