Ahh the point and shoot camera! We all own these little point and shoot cameras but very few folks use them to their full potential. Those little compact darlings that are capable of sometimes producing horror and other times absolute beauty.
We buy them with the intention to capture the memories of our lives. The intention to capture our kids growing from year to year. The intention of documenting our family vacations and reunions. What often happens is we end up with a series of photos that leave much to be desired.
Now, how would you like to impress Grandma and Grandpa with beautiful photos of your little bambinos taken by your little point and shoot camera? How would you like to be the envy of all your friends and family for creating such wonderful photos of your kids with your little camera? How would you like to be the absolute superstar of your Facebook network with all of those amazing images of their kids? Is that something you might be interested in?
Your in luck! We are hosting a point and shoot workshop: “Small Cameras for Big Personalities!”
We will be exploring and learning just a few simple picture taking principals that will enhance your images considerably! Some tips you will learn will be:
How to best compose photographs of your kids to make them far more interesting!
What kind of light to avoid when photographing your children or family
The most user friendly software to enhance your photos and remove the dull image quality that digital cameras produce
Where to have high quality prints made to preserve your precious memories
Here are the details:
Date: Saturday, August 20, 2011 | 10am – 1pm
Location: FotoNuova Studio – 936 Huntington Dr | Suite E | San Marino, CA | 91108
Cost: $0 – Yes, that’s right! Zero dollars!
RSVP Info: Call 626-588-2445 or Email email@example.com with your Name, Contact Number and Email
This learning opportunity is limited to the first 10 people to reserve so RSVP early!! All parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents and interested persons welcome!!
Call today to reserve your space!
Till next time my beloved friends…