Lifestyle Photography Workshop

Hosted by: Tina Wu
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Lifestyle Photography Workshop When: Nov 30,Tuesday class language:English Now 27,Saturday class language:Chinese Where: BCP class room (Jianwai Soho West, Building 12, Room 503) Who’s teaching: Emily Fee:1200RMB(Early bird specials - 1000RMB for students who enroll before Nov 20th) How to capture souls with your camera, and become a better photographer. If you love photography, but are stuck trying to learn photography, you will love this class. Maybe you are a full time mom like our lecturer Emily, maybe you are a busy working employee, or maybe you have just started taking photography seriously. No matter who you are, you will gain insight on how to take more professional photos faster. Emily became a popular photographer in a very short period, and she has decided to share what has worked for her in exploring the photography world; she knows that everyone has potential waiting to be discovered. Come let Emily help discover your true potential. 09:30 – meet and greet at BCP Jianwai Soho Class 10:00 – Why do you take photographs? Explore your inner self and find your style 10:30 – My tools: hardware and software 10:45 – Exposure for dummies 11:00 – The secret of framing a shot – composition case studies, “crop it way” composition in editing 12:00 – Lunch Break 13:00 – Let there be light – natural lights and how to deal with them 13:30 – How to capture the soul of your object 13:45 – Journalistic or pose 14:00 – How to capture the soul of your person How to shoot children and family, how to shoot expecting mothers, how to shoot lovers and how to shoot a group of people 14:30 – Real time shooting exercise, child, maternity, child and mom. 15:30 – Editing – a few tricks from Lightroom and photoshop that’s going to make your photographs shine 16:00 – Practice with editing the photographs you took during the shooting exercise, one on one critiquing 17:00 – photograph sharing Suggestions: If you still have no idea how to operate your SLR, please spend a night or two to read your SLR manual, and try every button that is on your camera. It’s very important to know how to use your tool. If you find it too dry to continue, why not join us at BCP’s Basic Digital photography Class prior to this workshop.Bring your camera, laptop (preferably with Photoshop and Lightroom installed) and notebook to take notes. Don’t forget to recharge your battery and clear out your memory card. Please bring your card reader or cord for easy photo transfers. Who is Emily: Emily Jonas is a native Chinese, but has lived overseas for over 10 years. She is a stay-at-home-mom and professional photographer. She travelled and lived in a few different countries after she turned 16, and tried to make a career out of different industries. She always thought her life is going to be about fashion, until she realized her favorite part about fashion was the photographs. She first got her hands on an SLR in early 2009, but in a very short time, she started taking professional photographs that touched people’s hearts. Emily started her professional photography career as a portrait photographer in Las Vegas, U.S. This year her whole family has moved to Beijing to live. Emily often participates in various trade conferences and shows to keep herself recharged and updated to the most current trends of the industry Sign up Please email Ur FUME and MOBILE NUMBER to info@beijingcp.com For nore information Please visit us at www.beijingcp.com or call 010 58691383 What people on the internet say about her work: “She sure is a professional. Looking at her work, you will think ‘you can actually shoot this way?’” “Every photograph is labeled ‘loving life, relaxation, happiness, and imagination’. Shooting with no limitations, how fun!” “I really love your work, every photograph shows your attitude to photography, love for

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