THINK LIKE A PHOTOGRAPHER : Photography Workshop

Did you get a new camera for Christmas? Do you still not know how to use the camera you got LAST Christmas? Are you scared of what might happen if you take your camera off AUTO?

Take a Saturday and invest in yourself. Back by popular demand, Think Like a Photographer is a workshop designed to teach you the go-to techniques that pro photographers rely on every day. The essential tools that will help you become a better photographer – immediately – GUARANTEED.

Taught by Allison Tyler Jones, author of the newly released, 100% Kid: A Ph0tographer’s Guide to Capturing Kids in a Whole New Light co-author of Designing With PhotosExpressions and Photographing Children Workshop and owner of Allison Tyler Jones Photography, Inc.

What do I get? A full day of instruction in ATJ’s loft studio, including lunch and the Think Like a Photographer Workbook to take notes in and keep for future reference.

What will we be doing? The day will be broken into 2 segments – 1) Understanding Your Camera (f-stop, Shutter Speed, Lens Selection, all the nitty gritty) 2) Understanding Light-How to see it, Find it and Modify it to create emotionally charged images. Bring your camera and your manual- you’ll be using it! You’ll see an actual ATJ shoot in action. We will have models to demonstrate different lighting situations.

Who should sign up? This workshop is for amateur photographers using a digital SLR camera who would like to improve their photography skills.

Call soon because spots are limited. Call today and sign up for Think Like a Photographer.



Melissa Keller - March 30, 2014 - 1:26 PM

I just bought 100% Kid. I am new at this and just starting with a new camera. I missed this workshop. Will you plan another one?

Thank you for the great book. I love the photography and I love the section on light. I actually played with my camera in natural light and got some great shots of my baby. Thank you.

Kind Regards,


Melissa Keller - April 13, 2014 - 9:08 AM

I just bought my strobes and avoided trying garage lights… Light still scares me. I am such a beginner. Thank you for all the great advice in your book. I love it!


admin - April 14, 2014 - 11:24 AM

It IS scary in the beginning, I know—but eventually you’ll LOVE it!! Just keep working with it–you’ll do just fine.

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