Fall Photography WorkshopsPresented by Amy Berringer PhotographyI've set the date for two portrait photography workshops this fall. The first will be held on September 21st 4:00- 7:00 The Second class will be September 28th 4:00 - 7:00I will be teaching basic composition, using your manual settings and understanding how to use available light. I will start with a demonstration followed by assisting students as they work with their camera, models and props. You can register for the class on my website under services. http://amyberringerphotography.com/store/?colorID/7271/page/91490/servicesThe class is open to anyone 14-up. Class size is limited to 10, minimum class size 5. In the event that the class doesn't fill I will offer a refund or option to join another workshop. Each class I will provide a variety of models and props for students to work with. Beverages and light refreshment will also be provided. This is a great class to attend with a friend! I am also offering one on one, two hour classes for Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Lightroom. You can register for these classes online as well. Once you register I will call and we will set a date that works for both of us. In November I will be teaching a food photography workshop. Taking great pictures of your favorite recipes isn't as difficult as you might think. Creating your own favorite recipe book can be a great gift for the holidays. Let me know if your interested and I can plan the class around the students interest. I have over 20 years of experience in photography. I'm excited to share my knowledge with others. I love photography and want others to enjoy taking great pictures as well. If you have any questions feel free to call. 571-442-3995
Yesterday winter gave me a small reprieve from the cold weather long enough to get the first mini photo shoot in for one of my Senior Model reps for Loudoun Valley High School. This initial photo shoot is for his rep cards. The great thing about working with male models is that they are way less maintenance, hair stays in place, even if it's windy. Retouching is also way easier! Thanks Sean, you did Great!!
This past fall I had the pleasure to photograph a family who live on a beautiful historic property. After the photo shoot I discussed my interest in photographing the property. The family was interested in the project as well. The idea is to photography the property in all 4 seasons. This winter has been lacking snow, a key element for this project. Last week we finally got a few inches so instead of pushing my luck waiting for a bigger storm I went to work. I got to the front drive before anyone had left the house. Hurray! this is a key shot in the series I am creating. I also lucked out as I was able to photograph the livestock while they were being fed, I had great light coming through a partial cloudy sky but even got blue sky where I wanted it. It was cold but it's such a great property to explore it's worth it. If we get a big storm with a lot of snow I will return but I'm a little sceptic, we haven't seen a big storm for a couple years now.