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Photography Tips for Taking Fabulous Photos

Photography Tips for Taking Fabulous Photos
Dec 01 2019 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Photography Tips for Taking Fabulous Photos

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Cost
Members - Free
Non-Members - $14 Dollars

All Cameras Welcome! (iPhones to DSLRs)

Want to improve how you capture friends and family in photos? Join the Breman Museum and Judith Pishnery, professional photographer, photo educator and Executive Director of the Atlanta Photography Group, for a hands-on fun workshop. Judith will introduce you to several tips for getting better people and family photos, including light techniques, posing your subjects and finding a good background. Bring your favorite camera (from iPhone to DSLR) and learn a few skills to improve your friend and family photos – perfect for your holiday gatherings! If you can use a camera of any kind, this workshop is for you - great for families and folks of all ages – kids, teens and beyond…


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Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.

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