Parent Tip: Learn how to take better snapshots of your kiddos

Category: Learn

Title:  Camera Class for Parents: Learn to Take Better Snapshots of your Kiddos!


My tip is rad and/or relevant to parents because…

All parents wish they had great pictures of their kids outside of professional portrait sessions. And since not everyone is Suri Cruise and used to professional photographers documenting her every move, for most families the job of snapping memories falls to the parents.

Many families own $800-$1200 DSLRs nowadays and wonder why their pictures look like they were taken with the older, much cheaper point-and-shoot they used to have. And that’s where I come in. My name is Olivia Grey Pritchard, published photographer and professional kid wrangler. I can’t be there for every family event, so I like to help parents learn how to use their own equipment to improve their personal photographs.

Don’t worry. This is not a photography class. We won’t be discussing which f-stop you need for indoor low light on a moving subject. Your camera can do some amazing things and you’ll learn tips and tricks on how to use it better at this 2-hour class.

Bring your DSLR, owner’s manual, any questions, and a pen and paper for notes. This is going to be fun and a great way to meet other parents who love photography as much as you!

The deets:

What: Camera Class for Parents: Learn to Take Better Snapshots of your Kiddos! ($40 per person)

When: Wednesday, September 26, 2012, from 7-9pm

Where: Uptown (exact location TBA)

Register: Email for more info!

Written by Ashley Bond

Ashley Bond

Founder of parenting blog, entrepreneur, underestimated disorganized overachiever.

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