When?

Beginner Shooter Sunday, Feb 26th 2012

Half Day: 10am-1pm

$250

Business/ Wedding  and Lighting Saturday, Feb 25th 2012

Full day 10am-8pm

Please arrive 30 minutes early for registration

$300 for half day participants ( business or lighting not both)
$450for full day participants

There are NO refunds. If you sign up and are unable to attend you are responsible for finding your own replacement.

*Credit cards accepted.

Only 10 seats available.

Location will be determined by number of participants, but will be in the central valley Tempe/Scottsdale area


What’s Included?

combined in class room and  hands-on learning

Live Model Shoot ( for lighting participants)

Editing and workflow tips

&

Snacks, drinks, and lunch provided.


What Workshop is Right For Me?

The half day option is perfect for those who need to gain a better understanding the basics of shooting in manual.  We will cover aperture, ISO, And shutter speed as well as composition rules and how to find the light to create better images.  You should already know how to adjust your camera to shoot manually.

The business/advance full day option is for those of you looking to start or further your business skills.  We will cover topics such as starting your company, taxes, organization and many others.  This workshop also offers a more advance look into the shooting aspects, such as using on and off camera lighting, model shoots with wedding clients, and much much more.

What Do You Need to Bring?

Your camera, lenses, flash, memory cards and MANUAL

A camera bag

A laptop to process your images with Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop if you have them.

(You can download a free trial of both at www.adobe.com)

If you do not have a laptop, you can share screens with others, however we recommend you bring one.

please paypal your registration fee to justine@justinemillerphotography.com or call 602-300-5834 to register with CC

Terah Lake - I would love to sign up for the full day but only interested in Learning to shoot with natural light, posing, and post-editing. Should I just do the half day?
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