KatieJ Photography offers workshops for the beginning and intermediate photographer. Classes sizes are limited. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space or with any questions you have.
Workshop dates coming soon
The Art of Photography
Learn the basic principles of composing a photograph, including the use of perspective, depth of field, and elements that are core to all types of art. Class is open to anyone with any type of camera.
From Auto to Manual
In this class, participants will learn the exposure triangle (ISO, shutter speed & aperture) and how to use it while shooting in manual mode to further their photography skills and get the best shot possible. Participants must have a digital camera with manual setting capabilities. To get the most from this class, it is recommended participants have taken The Art of Photography class or have knowledge of the basics of photographic composition prior to enrolling.
Editing & Photoshop
Now what? You’ve learned to shoot like a pro, but now your photos need that extra touch of editing. This class will teach participants the basic skills of editing in Adobe Photoshop, including color corrections, removing blemishes or spots, preparing images for the web and print, and adding an artistic flair through the use of textures, actions and filters.
How to Photograph…
You’ve mastered shooting flowers, but struggle with architecture, or you’re a pro at taking photos of people, but wish you could shoot images of landscapes like Ansel Adams. Each How to Photograph… class will offer participants the opportunity to refine their skills in a particular area of photography. One area will be covered in each class, with both instructional and hands-on shooting learning opportunities. Topics include nature & landscapes, architecture, urban, portraits, pets, children, sports, and still life. If you want to learn more about a topic not listed, please contact me about developing a class for it. To get the most from this class, it is recommended participants have taken The Art of Photography class or have knowledge of the basics of photographic composition prior to enrolling.