Capturing Childhood Memories - how best to photograph your children

  • Sep 28, 2014 · 10:00 AM
  • Ian Murray Photography

Many of you have asked how to create better photographs of your children or grandchildren.  it's a challenge to create professional looking images but if you learn a few easy steps then your chances of success will massively improve. 

In this workshop you will learn some of the techniques used regularly by professionals to ensure that they come away from a session with great shots that sell.

In simple easy to follow step you will learn the basics of how to set the camera, how to ensure the lighting is adequate for the shot and a host of other tips and tricks that will improve your chances.

Suitable for anyone who likes to photograph children, and for all levels from beginner up the class will run from 10am to 4pm with a break for lunch

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  • Michelle M.

    Is camera equipment needed for this class??

    August 9, 2014

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  • Ian M. +2
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