Southern California Beginner DSLR Photography Classes for Parents: Featured Student Work

Southern California Beginner DSLR Photography Classes for Parents: Featured Student Work

Last weekend I had the honor of teaching Beginner DSLR Photography Classes for Parents in Southern California to 19 amazing women. These ladies do not have professional cameras. Most have entry level DSLRs and a few even have small sensor cameras (Cool Pix). They do not have significant experience with photography. They are moms with a desire to capture their families’ memories…and they are on fire! We spent 3 hours together going over everything they need to know to get their cameras out of auto mode and get them creating beautiful photography artistically…on their own terms. After class we formed a Facebook group where we can share pictures and continue growing and learning. All I can say is “wow”! These ladies are already blowing me away just a few days after class. I am so proud and so excited for what the future holds for them and I just had to share! I hope you’ll enjoy these featured images from my amazing students. If you’d like to to join our growing community of parents who want to increase their ability to capture their families’ memories, be sure to check current class offerings or email me for more details!
Without further ado, my amazing students….

Southern California Photography Classes: Student work by Megan BoydPin SITE IMAGE________
Megan Boyd
Southern California Photography Classes: Student work by Kali BeckPin SITE IMAGE________
Kali Beck

San Diego Photography Classes: Student work by Anna GoodrichPin SITE IMAGE________
Anna Goodrich

Oceanside Photography Classes: Student work by Alyssa KoertsPin SITE IMAGE________
Alyssa Koerts

North County Photography Classes: Student work by Amanda BouchardPin SITE IMAGE________
Amanda Bouchard

Southern California Photography Classes: Student Work by Jill HarrisPin SITE IMAGE________
Jill Harris

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