Do you take better photos with your iPhone than your fancy camera?
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The 3 things that every Pro Photographer knows and how you can start using them in your photos
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PLUS - how to switch your camera out of auto to start getting the results you know your camera is capable of
Pro Photos of Your Kids are $$... and if you have a fancy camera you can take gorgeous photos yourself... you just need to know how!
When I first bought my camera, I thought I'd immediately get great results, but unfortunately that wasn't the case. I tried shooting in manual but I didn't understand what all the numbers meant, or I couldn't remember them at the times I needed them.
Instead my camera sat at home collecting dust....
I was missing out on memories with my kids... and I don't want this to happen to you!
This is so true for most of us, yet lots of people struggle with knowing exactly how to take photos they want!
Ending up with images that look unbalanced, cheesy, or just simply not like the vision they had in their heads... it's the classic snapshot vs a stunning portrait.
Often times it's the fumbling with settings and getting confused with how to set-up quickly and confidently, that can hold you back from getting a shot you love... or even worse, discourage you from taking a shot at all!
If you're sick of feeling frustrated with your camera ... this free class is for you!
And I always wanted great photos of my kids, but didn't know how to achieve it....
Despite my expensive equipment (and the undeniable cuteness of my kids ha!) all my photos came out looking… kind of blah.
My frustration continued over the weeks and months to come – the family gatherings, the holiday shots, the candle-topped birthday cakes…
Until finally things started to fall into place & I mastered manual mode...
And I learnt finally that photography doesn't HAVE to be confusing... there is an easier way, and I'm hear to share it with you, so you can avoid the frustration and long-way-round that I took to reaching my photography goals.