This lecture is designed to help you tell the complete wedding story through photography. The wedding photography industry is changing from traditional shooting to a more story telling style of capturing these once in a lifetime events.
It’s easy to snap photos, but capturing images with depth and soul – and tying them together into a narrative is a true craft.
Who this is lecture for
Those already shooting weddings but may feel stuck and want to try a different approach to take your wedding photography to the next level
Those with a passion for photography – and want to get started shooting weddings
Those getting offers to shoot weddings and need some inspiration and a place to begin
What you’ll learn
This two-hour lecture will equip you with a different way of shooting a wedding compared to the traditional wedding style. Our first Story Telling class was hugely well received, this promises to be as well.
Overview of topics
Shooting with the end goal in mind
Pre-wedding preparation and research
Storyboarding before the shoot; identifying what kind of shots you’ll shoot
How to get started shooting weddings
$99 plus Eventbrite small online processing fee
Save 10% if you register more than 2 weeks in advance!
Tuition includes lecture and one-on-one assistance, as well as a $10 coupon that you can use towards anything in-store at any Mike's Camera location!
Dates, Times & Locations
2-hour lecture at our Park Meadows location
Thursday June 9th, 2016
6:30pm – 8:30pm
Story Telling Through Wedding Photography
Testimonials from Shelly’s Story-Telling Workshop
"I learned more than expected and became more passionate about photo taking"
"Not what I expected, truly inspirational"
"The class really made me think about my photography differently and to make the most of my time"
"Fantastic, really fun, great food for thought"
About Your Instructor
Shelly Au worked for an overseas nonprofit Organization for 22 years. He spent 17 of those years living in various parts of Asia. His experience and ability to make subjects comfortable has allowed him to capture powerful images among people who are ordinarily suspicious of being photographed.
In 2013, he received his Master of Professional Studies in Digital Photography degree at the School of Visual Arts in New York, under Photoshop Hall of Fame Katrin Eismann. He was given the Paula Rhodes Honors Award and that same year was one of three finalists for the Adobe Design Achievement Awards in the Photography Category amongst thousands of students all over the world. He’s currently a freelance photographer, mentor, and coach other photographers while working and teaching at Mikes Camera. You can see his work at http://shellyau.com.
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