Dog Shots Workshop with Teresa- May 19th

We’re trying something new!  If you’re interested in improving your photography skills, but you’re NOT planning to be a professional pet photographer, we have a new workshop.  Just “all about shooting”  for those of you who want to learn hands on!  We’ll have live dogs modeling for us and we’ll set up a variety of different shots for you. Indoors, outdoors, with flash, using reflectors, etc.

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This workshop is for people with DSLRs — so no point & shoot cameras this time.  We’ll talk about lenses, creating some special effects, getting the dog’s attention and keeping him in one spot, exposure, metering, what equipment to use, etc.  But it’s all shooting, no business, marketing and very little talk about working with animal rescue. Just learning to use your camera.  One day only, shooting with Teresa in a small group setting. The fee is $295 which includes a catered lunch.  I have been getting tons of requests for a workshop like this, so now’s your chance. Come shoot with me! If you want more details, check out my other blog:  www.teresaberg.com/blog.

3 comments

  1. This is exactly the kind of class I have been wanting. But unfortunately I am in Illinois and there is no way I can get to Dallas. Transportation, and overnight stays and distance are a big problem. Is Teresa going to give an online Webinar on these subjects?

    Lynne Shadle
    Kings Harvest Pet Rescue

    1. I’m afraid the best way to teach shooting is hands-on and in person… so at this time we’re not planning a webinar with this exact content.
      Sorry you can’t join us!

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