Tuesday, December 28, 2010
The class will be three weeks, every Sunday starting 1/9 (1/9, 1/16, 1/23). Cost is $50 per class.
As usual I will cover all the basics of photography from composition to exposure. When we are done you will be a photographer! At the very least you will finally be able to understand that expensive DSLR that you have been carrying around and using on "auto."
Contact me right away because space is limited. firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Booray at 10:37 AM
Friday, December 17, 2010
First, a little inside scoop on photographers. Most photographers specialize in one sort of photography. Some are wedding photographers and some are baby photographers. Some shoot sports and Little League and some shoot school portraits. Which field you specialize in is based on what you like, what you're good at and what makes money, not necessarily in that order. There's also some ego stuff involved sometimes... fashion photographers would never lower themselves to shooting a wedding, wedding photographers would never stoop to shooting Little league. That sort of thing.
My problem is that I like to work. If someone asks me to do a job and I'm not already booked, there's a good chance I'll do it. I have a family to support and there's pride to be had in working but the main reason is that I enjoy being a photographer. Any kind of photographer. There's joy to be had in the work, the people you meet and the pride of doing a good job. That's why it's not unusual to see me photographing a high-end wedding one day and a High School prom the next. I've turned down jobs before for various reasons but I don't know many photographers who work in as wide a variety of fields as I do.
This is the first time that I've ever signed on for such a long session (6 days total). I'm two days in and I can't tell you how much I'm loving it.