I photograph the annual Plains Art Museum Spring Gala and this year I tried something a little different – a time lapse video. As you’ll see, it’s a fun, high-energy event!
Miss Mabel recently celebrated her first birthday with a fun family party at her house. She required all the adults to wear decorated hats but did reward them with food and cake – such a benevolent toddler. Happy birthday, Mabel!
Meredith and David were so much fun to photograph (as you can probably tell). The entire wedding party had so much fun – a feeling that’s infectious and set the tone for the entire day. The couple didn’t see each other prior to their ceremony at St. Mary’s Cathedral so they exchanged letters on either side of a a door resulting in a really sweet moment. After the ceremony we shot portraits in downtown Fargo and on the campus of their alma mater, Concordia.
Congratulations Meredith and David and thank you such a fun day!
Today is another great day to stay inside. Inside the protective cover of town it does seem a little windy but once you get out in the open it’s really whipping up the snow and making travel hazardous. Needless to say I only spent about 30 minutes out photographing before retreating to the warmth of home.
It’s workshop time again!
Whether you have a new camera or want to learn how to get more from the one you have, here’s an opportunity for you expand your knowledge of photography. These workshops for the new photographer with a DSLR who is intimidated by or wants to learn more about how their camera and lens works, how to properly measure exposure so you can be free of the automatic mode and how to better compose images.
Topics we’ll cover include:
We’ll cover these topics in a class setting, go out with our cameras and apply what we’ve learned, and then review the photos we’ve made. And don’t be afraid! I’m not here to talk down to you, I’m here to talk with you to give you the confidence to take chances and make photographs you’ll be proud of.
What won’t we do? This class isn’t for somebody who wants to learn how to take photos just like Milestones Photography. Instead, my goal is to teach you to be a better photographer so you can find your own visual voice. Your perspective is unique and you should express it!
Saturday, February 9
10am–4pm, lunch provided
Saturday, March 23
10am–4pm, lunch provided
405 West Main Ave. Suite 4F
Payment must be made in full prior to the workshop to reserve seat. Reservations made on a first-come basis. No cancellations or refunds.
What do you need?
A DSLR camera (no point and shoots, please) that you’ll bring to the workshop. If you plan on buying any new lenses prior to the workshop please contact me and I’ll help you select the best lens for your budget.
Want to know more or reserve a spot?
Get in touch with us through the web site, call 701-371-7363 or register online.