Aviva Mommas

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Well, after a lot of request I’m finally excited to announce the first workshop for moms (and dads) with cameras who want to learn how to take better every day photos of their kids.

So you have a great new camera with all the bells and whistles. No more point and shoot… only problem is you have no idea how to use it and so you just keep it on automatic mode!

I’m excited to finally offer a workshop that is designed for all you mums out there (and dads too!) to help you learn your camera and how to use it to it’s full potential.

There is always a time for professional photos – a chance to get dressed up and show your family at their best but I also know there are a ton of every day moments – your daughter playing dress up, their first day back to school, your son who fell asleep upside down on the sofa and all there other moments that deserved to be captured the best way possible. This workshop will help you become more comfortable with your camera and allow you to take great images – anywhere – anytime!

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is for all women who want to learn how to take great photos of their kids in everyday life.

The class is not restricted to women only. If you are a dad and would like to join us, please do!

It is strongly recommended that you have a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex – which is a camera with interchangeable lenses) when you attend the workshop however it is not absolutely necessary. I do have an extra camera body that can be shared should someone like to use it.

Who this workshop is not for;

If you already understand the basics of photography and can consistently take properly exposed and creative photos.

If you are thinking of starting your own photography business this workshop is not for you as I won’t be discussing the business of photography, advanced photography skills or photoshop techniques.

* Learn how to get your camera off ‘auto mode’ by understanding the exposure triangle (ISO, Shutter speed, Aperture).
Learn how to utilize natural light and turn your flash off!
Understanding composition and how it effects the feel of your picture.
Lens overview – the differences between lenses, choosing the best lens
* 10 Tips on getting natural and candid photograph’s of your children.
You will then put your new knowledge to use with a little photo shoot!  If the weather co-operates, we’ll take our camera’s outside for a bit too!

To find out more click HERE