Epiphany Registration starts now!
Click HERE to register for my photography class on May 30th, 2015
What will be covered in this workshop? Click here to learn all about Epiphany.
EPIPHANY WORKSHOPS BY RENEE BOOE PHOTOGRAPHY
I am super excited to announce the second Epiphany Workshop here at Yokota, AB. This workshop is my baby. I love photography and I love teaching. So I combined my two loves and created the Epiphany Workshop for people just like you who love photography and have a desire to take your passion to the next level. Epiphany was designed for hobbyists who own a digital slr, but are not using it to it’s full potential. Professional photographers are welcome too. It is a class for anyone who wants to learn how to use their cameras more efficiently to get killer images straight out of camera.
Does this sound like something you want to achieve? If so, read on to learn more about this great opportunity.
What is EPIPHANY?
A workshop for people with fancy cameras (digital slr) who want to learn how to use them to their full potential.
Who can attend?
Anyone with a digital slr can attend. We will start with the basics and dive into more advanced topics as well. So this class is for both beginners and people with experience.
What will be covered?
One of the main goals of this class is to teach you how to shoot in manual mode and not auto, which gives you more control over your images. We will cover a variety of topics such as: exposure, shutter speed, aperture, ISO, shooting in low light, custom settings, focus modes, histograms, in-camera light metering, using natural light, shooting motion, and much more. You will have plenty of time to ask questions and practice.
Practice Photo Shoot:)
This time around we will actually go on a photo shoot after the classroom portion. Here you will get a behind the scenes look at a photo shoot with me plus get to put to practice what you learned. We will discuss camera settings, light, posing and much more.
What will not be covered?
There is not enough time to cover photo editing or business issues during the EPIPHANY workshop.
May 30, 2015
(3.5 hours of additional teaching and shooting than other Epiphany Workshops)
Exact location will be released at a later date to all attendees.
How many seats are available?
Space is limited to 6 people.
How much is the workshop?
Because this is the first Epiphany workshop with an added photo shoot there is an introductory rate of $225. All other Epiphany workshops in 2015 will be $250.
How do I register?
Registration will open on Friday May 8th at 9am. The registration link will be posted on the website and Facebook page. Visit reneebooephotography.com on Friday at 9am to register.
There must be at least 5 participants registered by May 16th to make a class. If there is not enough people interested there will not be an Epiphany class on May 30th and all those registered will be reimbursed. Hopefully this does not happen, but if so those who registered will have first dibs for the next Epiphany.
Shoot an email to reneebooephotographyATgmailDOTcom
ABOVE: Learn how to adjust your camera settings to get images with bold color straight out of your camera. No editing needed.
ABOVE: Learn what to do when your subject is backlit.
ABOVE: Discover all the tricks on how to capture a silhouette image.
Above: Practice using natural reflectors to enhance your images.
ABOVE: Learn how to take images with the lovely bokeh effect that makes the subject pop while the background is all creamy and soft.
ABOVE: Discover how to use available light to enhance your images.
Want to learn how to do all the things above and much much more? Then the EPIPHANY workshop is perfect for you. The class is taught in a relaxed environment where you can ask questions and even practice what is covered. You no longer have to look at other people’s photos and wonder “how did they do that?” This workshop is designed to answer those questions AND teach you how to do it too!
Still not sure if the EPIPHANY workshop is for you? Read the testimonies below from past attendees to see what people are saying about this photography workshop.
“I really enjoyed the workshop! I knew absolutely nothing about shooting in manual and had never done it before the workshop. I’m now able to get shots in different lighting that I didn’t think were possible. Being able to control the camera, instead of letting “auto” control the shot, makes it possible to take some amazing photos. Thank you so much for setting up the workshop!! I’m gonna take some great photos of my kids now” -Rachel Dahlin
I am considering hosting this workshop world wide in the future. Would you come if the EPIPHANY Workshop was held in a city near you? Would you be willing to host an EPIPHANY Workshop? Let me know and perhaps we can work something out! Comment below or shoot me an email.
What I adore about this session is that for most of it we just played. It was lovely to capture this family while they interacted with each other. I must say that being able to do an entire family shoot in one location has it’s perks. Because we stayed in one area we were able to just relax and capture moments as they unfolded. I am honored to have had this opportunity to work with the Suzuki family. I never thought I would be a photographer in Japan photographing local clients. This job is a true dream and I am truly grateful for the chance to meet so many wonderful people from across the globe.
Y’all I am so excited to share these photos with you. If you’ve been around this blog from the beginning you know full well how much I adore photographing high school seniors. I love being able to capture such an exciting season for these young adults who have the world at their feet. Allie is no exception to that. She is one special young lady. Allie, being a military child, has attended four different high schools. Four! What an inspiration. She will be graduating from Yokota High School this June and will be attending Auburn University (http://www NULL.auburn NULL.edu/) in the fall. She is going to do big things. So watch out world.
It was a pleasure to spend the morning with the Krumm family at Showa Kinen Park (http://www NULL.showakinen-koen NULL.jp/english/)in Tachikawa. We were even blessed with one beautiful sakura. The cherry blossom tree is famous in Japan and to find one with not one person sitting under it is a miracle. The goal of this photo shoot was to capture the essence of Japan. The vision behind this shoot was all Lisa. She has such an eye for photography and even scouted the location prior to the shoot. I love it when clients come to their sessions with a vision in mind. This family was amazing to work with. They certainly have experience in front of the camera with a mama who values photography and it showed. They were an absolute dream.
We also spent some time photographing their daughter Allie, who is a high school senior. Those photos will hit the blog in the near future. Until then, enjoy these family portraits–Japan style.
I love how small this great big world can be! So small that an American photographer can photograph Australian clients in Tokyo, Japan. So fun. Here is how it happened.
Japan is a popular destination for Australians who want to ski and snowboard. After hitting the slopes this family came to Tokyo to explore. They decided it would be fun to have portraits taken in the city. Kate turned to social media to search for a portrait photographer in Tokyo. She found me on Instagram through a hashtag. #ILOVE THAT I just opened the RBP Instagram (https://instagram NULL.com/reneebooephotography/) account a few weeks prior to her inquiry and I am so glad I did! It was a pleasure working with these three. They were down-to-earth, flexible, and fun. They were willing to brave the crowds of the Shibuya Intersection and the cold weather. And their little man was a champion the entire time. Pure joy. I love my job.
And you must know that Kate is a very talented photographer based in Brisbane, Australia. After scroll through the photos below please go check out her site (http://kateveronicaphotography NULL.com/)!
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