SOLD OUT - Learning to see in everyday photography (11/17/19)
REGISTRATION FOR THIS CLASS IS NOW CLOSED
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Sunday, November 17, 2019 from 2-4 pm
Meet at Studio 333
333 Caledonia St., Sausalito
Cost: $65, all materials included
Class size: Min 5 / Max 12
Sign up extended through Friday, Nov 15:
Please sign up by this date so your teacher knows the class size to prepare for.
Late sign-ups must email firstname.lastname@example.org before making payment.
Learning to see in everyday photography:
Join me on a local photography walk around the Sausalito area where I’ll share with you simple tips anyone can apply to their photography. You’ll practice these tips on the walk and learn how to see beauty in everyday life. We’ll also go over simple editing tools improve your photos and share photos at the end of the class. You’ll leave the workshop with a new way of seeing the world with your camera and how to create a more visually unique photographs. The workshop will be geared towards the casual or beginner photographer though any level of photographer is welcome to attend.
It's a non-technical approach to photography where you can use your mobile phone to create awesome photographs of everyday life.
Materials, items students should bring to class:
Mobile phone, charger if needed or battery pack, a good pair of walking shoes, comfortable clothes to move in, bottle water, sunscreen and hat if desired. We'll be out walking for maybe 60-70 minutes, returning to the studio around 3:15-3:20pm.
What to do to prepare for class:
Please download the photo editing app "Snapseed" which is free both for iOS and Android. Accessibility - This walk will be flat with no hills or stairs. Come with an open mind and ready to explore!
About the Instructor, Imelda Jimenez-LaMar:
I’m a San Francisco based photographer helping people create awesome photos of everyday life with a non-technical approach. I primarily shoot with my mobile phone or point & shoot camera though I occasionally shoot film with my aunt’s old Minolta SLR camera.
I fell in love with photography in high school and continued to learn through taking photography classes for fun and practicing on my own. I love capturing beauty in my everyday life and hope to show others they can take interesting photographs no matter what camera they have, where they live or what their skill level is.
I currently lead photo walks in San Francisco to help others learn how to appreciate a neighborhood in a new way and have fun being curious with their camera.
On Instagram: @sunsetshutterbg
On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesunsetshutterbug