So you've got down the basics of this whole DSLR thing, but you are now ready to keep moving toward better images. Maybe you have a yellowish tone to your images sometimes, or you're not sure about what lens works best in different situations, or you have an issue with finding the perfect lighting, or you just need more practice and guidance. This class is meant for you! Even if you don't shoot in manual mode you can still take this class. The main focus is lighting, composition and building of your portfolio. This class will be held at a unique setting in a historic home in Rock Hill. We will be able to shoot throughout the home and in the gardens. The lighting, architecture and models will be the perfect set up to create gorgeous images.
- Lens Choice
- White Balance
- RAW vs Jpeg
SOLD OUT: Sunday, May 20th
Next Workshop: Saturday, July 21st
Time: 5:30-7:30 PM
The Historic Armstrong-Mauldin House
607 Aiken Ave.
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Price: $119, marked down to $99 until 7/1/18
This class will be at the beautiful and historic Armstrong-Mauldin House close to downtown Rock Hill. The location gives ample creative space for photographers to shoot amazing images which includes inside the home as well as the gardens. Models will be on site to photograph using the techniques that are taught during class so you get hand-on experience and build your portfolio. After taking this class you will be invited to an exclusive Facebook group only for students that have taken a course with Larisa. You will be able to continue asking questions, show your photography work, and find helpful resources.
Get your seat for the July 21st class immediately by clicking the "Buy Now" button below. You can also email PhotographybyLarisa@gmail.com with any questions. Limited seats available, so get yours quickly!
What are students saying about this class?
"Wow! This class took my images to the next level. Larisa is very knowledgeable and she puts you at ease, so you don't feel bad about asking questions." - Susan
"I took Larisa's introductory class, where I learned how to use manual mode in just 2 hours. Now that I have taken this next level class I know how to work with natural lighting and create good composition." - Diane