DO YOU WANT TO STOP FEELING DAUNTED BY YOUR CAMERA, AND LEARN HOW TO TAKE BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHS OF YOUR CHILDREN?
Then why not join me for an intensive, one day photography workshop for parents, and beat the overwhelm, once and for all!
If you've ever felt overwhelmed by your camera, but really want to learn the foundations of photography in a fun, easy to understand workshop, then this is for you. Through my step by step, hands on teaching, I'll demystify your camera and teach you how to:
- Get to know your camera, and what lenses to use. You'll learn how a camera works, and how to set up it up for success.
- Find amazing light.
- Discover your photographic style.
- Create a compelling composition.
- Make your children relax and be themselves in front of the lens.
You'll leave feeling inspired and in control of your camera, learn how to take beautiful photographs, and have new found confidence to capture the world exactly how you see it.
Hi! I'm Sophie Lindsay and I've been a portrait photographer for 20 years.
My aim is to help you become really confident with your camera, and learn how to take amazing pictures of your children, every single day.
Photography allows us to record the places and people that we love, and I want to help and inspire you to discover it's creative possibilities.
I know that our cameras can sometimes feel a little daunting, but through my simple, step by step, easy to understand teaching, you'll leave the workshop truly confident in knowing how to take beautiful pictures of your family.
Are you ready to take your photography to the next level? Let's do this!
DORSET WORKSHOPS (£95) BOOK HERE
The first workshops will be held in Dorset at The Grosvenor Hotel in Shaftesbury, on the following dates:
- Thursday 8th February 2018
- Thursday 22nd February 2018
Please note that lunch is provided at the venue and costs £15. This is not included in the price of the workshop.
LONDON WORKSHOPS (£140) BOOK HERE
My workshops in London will be in the private room at the Coopers Arms Chelsea SW3:
- Tuesday 13th March 2018
- Tuesday 20th March 2018
Please note that lunch is provided at the venue and is included in the price of the workshop.
More workshops will be opening up both in Dorset and London from April onwards. If you'd like to be notified of further workshop dates, and receive my newsletter with lots of tips, tricks and free photography guides, why not sign up for my newsletter below.
The workshop costs £95 in Dorset and £140 in London, and lasts from 10am until 3.30pm, with a break for lunch.
Your booking will be confirmed once payment has been received.
The workshop includes:
- 4.5 hours in person workshop with me
- A detailed digital workbook with everything you've learnt in the workshop
- Membership to my free private Facebook group for ongoing support
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
- When are the workshops?
The first ones will be in The Grosvenor Arms in Shaftesbury, Dorset on Thursday 8th February 2018, Thursday 22nd February 2018 and Thursday 8th March 2018. The next ones will be at The Coopers Arms in Chelsea, London on March 13th and 20th.
More locations will open up in London and Dorset later in the year.
- How do I sign up to a workshop?
Easy! Simply click here to book your place and make payment. Your place will be confirmed as soon as payment is received.
- How long is the workshop?
The workshop is an intensive one day course, starting at 10am and finishing at approx 3.30pm. We'll break for lunch for about an hour.
- Do I have to bring a big camera?
No. Although I will be covering the basic camera functions, my favourite lenses and how I set up my DSLR, about two thirds of the workshop will cover the other important aspects of photography such as how to see light, how to discover your own photographic voice, how to create compelling compositions and how to put your children at ease to create amazing images. I believe that all photography starts with you and your eye, so you will still learn a lot from the workshop even if you don't have a DSLR (although the module on camera settings will not be that relevant to you). That said, to get the most out of the workshop, I would encourage you to bring a DSLR, as they offer you the most creative choice and freedom.
- How many people will be on the workshop?
There will usually be approx 10 at each workshop so that I can give as much support as possible to you throughout the day.
- I'm not a parent, can I attend the workshop?
Although the workshop is aimed at parents, much of it focuses on helping you becoming really confident with your camera, and the tips on composition and natural light are relevant to anyone who loves photography. I do cover tips and tricks on how to pose your children and make them relax in front of the lens, but these are equally relevant when taking portraits of adults as well. Anyone is more than welcome to attend, but please note I won't be giving individual guidance on other types of photography such as landscape or interiors.
- What happens if I have to cancel?
Due to the very limited number of places at each workshop, classes are non refundable. If you can't make it, you're more than welcome to either send a friend in your place, or transfer your booking to another workshop (depending on the availability).
- What happens if you have to cancel the workshop?
If I'm unable to attend due to illness, your seat will be transferred to another mutually agreed workshop date, or I'll issue you with a full refund.
- Can I join your newsletter to receive tips, tricks and lots of photography resources, and be kept updated with new workshop dates?
Yes! Just sign up below and prepare for lots of photography goodness to be sent your way soon :)
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org and I look forward to hearing from you!