Join us as renowned professional portrait photographer Rebecca Dever shares with us some of the tips and tricks she uses to achieve her stunning family photos. The first portion of the class will be done in a classroom setting then we will move outside for a hands-on workshop/photo shoot. Be sure to bring your camera.
Some of the topics Rebecca plans to cover are:
What equipment you will need
What camera settings will give you the best results
How to shoot with available light without having to use a flash
When the best times to shoot are
Finding fun and unique locations to shoot
About Rebecca (taken from her web site)
Yup, that’s me – with a passion for pictures. Family pictures. pictures of children, baby bumps, mom’s & dad’s, grandmas and sisters, kids with kids, kids outside, kids on elephants. All of us working and playing and living together in this great world. I capture life moments and make beautiful portraits.
Lifestyle portraiture and entertainment industry headshots are two of my strong suits- at ease with little ones, they take to my energetic, kooky nature which lends a comfort level that shows in my work. I have a talent for editing and bringing the natural beauty forward, enhancing what is already there. I catch the little details you'll cherish forever.
Recently I find I’m slightly obsessed with the macro, nature and architecture. The light, colors and textures draw me in and I enjoy shooting details as a way to decompress. Call it my Zen Period.
Along with shutter-bug, I'm a darn good mom to four little girls (yes, four!), a wife, a 30'something college student, a youth ministry volunteer, and a coffee junkie by necessity. Long live the bean!
I'm constantly challenged to think creatively to balance the madness of our busy lives. Popular opinion is I'm doing quite well, but what do they know?! :o ) My life is a nutty existence but I thank The Lord every day that I get to wear all my many hats. And that I get to share my blessings with those I touch.
NOTE: This FREE class will be held in a classroom on the 2nd floor of the Refinery at the Saddleback Lake Forest Campus.