ETA: 1 spot left! WE ARE FULL for Saturday the 30th! Thank you. If interested, let me know and I'll do a Friday night class too.
At the end of the month, I'll be in Phoenix attending to other business, and I though it would be fun to have the First Ever Blue Lily Group Mentoring.
We're always getting requests to start mentoring again, especially from areas like Phoenix and Salt lake City. While Tyler and I aren't sure we want to take on full day, one on one mentoring at this juncture, I'm pretty stoked on the idea of meeting with little groups to talk about all things camera.
So that's just what I'm going to do. On Saturday evening, the 30th of January, I'll be hosting a mentoring session for 5 people interested in learning about their cameras (nikon and canon only). It's going to be 2 hours long, very quaint and personal, very informative. You can learn a ton of stuff about your camera and how to operate it, all about the ins and outs of photography. Aperture, shutter speed, ISO, exposure compensation, shooting on manual, getting pictures done right in camera, etc.
I'll say what I have to say, and teach what I have to teach. Then I'll open up for questions. I'm sure the other participant's questions will be similar to yours. We can do whatever you choose after my lesson!
What this short session won't cover is business advice or anything having to do with editing (there just isn't enough time). Nothing about flash or strobes, and not too much about working with clients; just us and our cameras. If you are already a professional, this class is not for you as the subject will be basic-intermediate camera function.
Sound sweet? Email me right away at email@example.com to snag a spot. Only 5 available! Price for 2 hours of instruction is $165 per person. Plus I'll have food and goodies on hand to snack on while he hang out. Location TBA (somewhere in Scottsdale or Phoenix), time 7 pm.
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These pictures are from our stay last fall to Atlanta, Georgia. One of the best things about traveling is getting crazy-killer deals on priceline for posh hotels. Bye-bye motel 6. We weren't expecting too much from this Hyatt in downtown Atlanta for the price we snagged it at. But when we got there we were thrilled with the architecture and design of the lobby, halls, and rooms. Very, very cool.
See if you can see either me or Tyler hiding in each of the pictures. I think the last one is a bit obvious, don't you?
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