Does this story sound familiar to you?
You became a new mother and your baby was SO adorable that you just knew you needed a great camera to be able to capture every ounce of cuteness and all the milestones to come. So you invested in a DSLR camera and soon realized that getting the shots you’d planned on wasn’t as easy as you’d hoped it would be. Soon, your baby was growing up and actually moving and getting those beautiful photos you’d thought you would became even harder. As a mom of a toddler, you did not have hours to spend learning how to actually use the fancy camera you’d invested in. So you put it aside and told yourself that just using your phone camera was good enough, not to mention much easier and more convenient. Soon, the fancy camera only comes out a couple times a year during birthdays and holidays and you hope for the best at getting at least a couple of great shots.
I can bet that the majority of parents reading this will likely be able to relate. How do I know? I’ve been teaching the Everyday Life Workshop for 5 years now and have met so many parents with the same story! But how is this story going to end?
The Everyday Life Workshop is a one day course that is designed specifically for parents who want to learn how to use their DSLR cameras to capture the lives of their children. In one day, you’ll learn about using light and walk away knowing how to shoot in manual mode. With your newfound knowledge, you’ll have the ability to make the most of the investment you’ve made in your camera. Better yet, you’ll be motivated and inspired to not continue to let the milestones and beautiful everyday moments of your children go by undocumented when you already have this amazing (and expensive!) tool you can use to do just that.
The next Everyday Life Workshop will take place on Saturday, April 28, 2018. To read the full details and learn how to register, visit the workshop page here.
The Everyday Life Workshop is for you if:
- You have invested a lot of money in a DSLR camera and still don’t feel like you are getting great photos of your children.
- You have looked at all the buttons on your camera and decided it would just be easier to stick to Auto mode (or use your iPhone camera).
- You feel like you sometimes get a “lucky shot” and would like to make that happen more often.
- It is important to you to document the lives of your children, especially while they are young.
- You need a day just for YOU to learn and be inspired!