photo | camp

Well, you asked and we listened. Enough people have been requesting help with their photos that Morgan and I have taken the plunge and put together a photo workshop. We teased it a couple weeks ago and here are the details.

PHOTO | CAMP . LOS ANGELES

One day. One workshop. Your photos. Made better.

Saturday, March 24th

PHOTO | CAMP . FIELD GUIDE is a one day introductory workshop designed as a cheat sheet to making your existing photos look great. Learn all those simple tricks and tools that turn standard blah photos into incredible OH YEAH images.

Trust us. We’re professionals.

New to Photoshop? No big deal. Don’t own an SLR? Who cares! All experience levels and all digital cameras welcome. It’s not about having fancy gear, it’s about making better photos. We will walk you step-by-step through the process and go-to tricks of editing photos by using the photos you already have. No need to master every tool in photoshop, we’ll show you our top 5.

And don’t worry, there will be time to test your new skills. Have a ton of photo questions? Confused by cameras? Bring it on, we can help. Everyone leaves FIELD GUIDE with a set of their own publication ready photos, a workshop reference book, techniques for getting the most out of that camera you already own and the know how to make better photos from then on.

We’re keeping this workshop casual and limited to 15 people, so, if you need help improving your photos for your shop, your blog, your amateur bird watching club or whatever else, let us show you how to get that pro look even without that pro equipment.

Register here!.

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11 Responses to “photo | camp”

  1. ashley says:

    this looks fantastic!

  2. Lori says:

    Can you film it and put it on the web? I’d love to come but live in Florida! You could even charge!

  3. laure says:

    lori, that’s great idea. we might not be able to film this one, but we could probably put together a tutorial covering the basics!

  4. I can’t believe I’ve been one of the ones bugging you and I can’t come that day (because I’ll be at the SF Garden show taking bad photos)!!! Oh please do a tutorial.

  5. Desi says:

    I can use photoshop, but my SLR is a mystery to me. I scare myself every single time I take it out of auto mode.

  6. Lory says:

    I’m super interested in attending. Where is exactly is the workshop held? Or is that info provided after you pay for the workshop?

  7. Vicki Szydlowski says:

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  9. Adrienne says:

    Hi…I have been following your blogs, as well as Manhattan Nest and Door 16 for some time now and I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate all of your time and effort into creating these blogs for everyone to see your aesthetic eye, read your very informative and witty posts, and learn through what you show in your amazing photos. So I was very excited about this photo class and I would be there in a heartbeat except for the fact that I live in Florida, and unless they greatly reduce airfare that week, I don’t think I can afford to go. So if it is at all possible that you have the time…please post a tutorial on at least some of the workshop. I just got a new (used) Nikon D 50 with a great 28-105 mm lens, and would love to shoot great interior shots with it, without flash. Thanks very much for all you do.

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