Newborn Photography Workshop

Newborn Photography Workshop


Precision Camera is offering a rare and invaluable opportunity to learn and get hands-on practice with the art of newborn photography from one of the best newborn photographers in town.  Professional photographer Scott Sitkiewitz will be walking us through every step of the process.  From props and backgrounds to lighting and posing, you'll get to watch and even take your own shots. After the shooting portion of the workshop is done, join Scott in an in depth discussion about the business side of newborn photography.  What kind of packages should you offer?  How much should you charge?  How do you find and handle your newborn clients?  All this and more will be answered.

Tentative Schedule:

  • 10am-11am: Set up, props, and lighting discussion
  • 11am-1pm: Shooting workshop with newborn
  • 1pm-2pm: Lunch break (not provided)
  • 2pm-4pm: The business of newborn photography

Important Notes:

  • We will be working with a brand new little newborn who is still cooking in the oven.  While we are fairly certain this date will work, there is a possibility it MAY change if our little babe comes early or late.  IF the date changes, you will be informed ASAP and will have the option to refund or reschedule.  If the date does not change, our normal refund policy is in place.
  • This class will be strictly limited to 10 participants.  You will have the chance to take photos, but only the parents and instructor will be handling the baby.

What to Bring:

  • Your camera (charged batteries)
  • Memory Card
  • Portrait ranged lenses
  • Note taking supplies
  • all lighting will be provided

Date: Saturday, Sept. 7th

Time: 10am-4pm

Instructor: Scott Sitkiewitz

Price: $169

Location: Precision Camera, 2438 W. Anderson Lane



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