Basic Digital Photography with Olivia Reed (Animals)
Join Olivia Reed for an afternoon of fun at 1818 Farms as she presents her Basic Digital Photography Class.
Learn camera basics from shooting in manual, products to use to maximize quality to composition and more. Bring your digital SLR camera and lenses for hands on experience in manual mode. Once the basics are covered, step outside on the farm for outdoor shooting experience…with the animals!
No formal training required, just a digital SLR camera and a love of photography!
Date & Time - Saturday, April 28th @ 3pm - 6pm The focus will be on the animals. Participants will get to wander the 1818 Farms fields, with the sheep and newborn lambs as their eager subjects.
Price - $150 per class
The Following Supplies are Included:
Custom handouts on all topics covered + drinks and snacks.
Location - 1818 Farms, 24889 Lauderdale Street, Mooresville, AL 35649
All Sales are Final - Event Hosted Rain or Shine - No Refunds
Olivia Reed is a natural light photographer, based in Huntsville, Alabama. With over 13 years of experience, Olivia has taught photography in the high school setting along with 2 years of teaching right here on the farm. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Birmingham-Southern College with an emphasis in photography and sculpture. She specializes in Newborn and Children’s photography, but loves to step outside the box and photograph animals, flowers and architecture too! She lives in Huntsville, AL with her husband and two children.
Quotes from past participants:
“Olivia —I really enjoyed the photography class at 1818 Farms yesterday and meeting you. You presented the information in a logical way that was perfect for beginners like me. Thanks again for a fun and creative experience! —D.H.”
“I think I am off to a good start. It's amazing how much more you
can do with images taken in manual ;) Thanks again for a great class
today! Hugs, E”
“Dear Olivia, Thank you very much for treating me to your EXCELLENT photo class today. I re-learned much that I had forgotten and learned LOTS of new things. Thanks again for a fun, educational afternoon. Fondly, Mrs. S”