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Friday, March 6
 

2:30pm EST

Dancing in the Street with Off Camera Flash
Limited Capacity filling up

Follow Kate as she explores an urban environment to shoot dancers! 
What locations make great photography backgrounds? How do buildings affect the light? Kate will cover OCF basics, gear selection and how to harness artificial light to create works of art any time of the day! Learn all of her shooting tips and tricks including how to pose a gorgeous dancer and capture dynamic ballet images. 


You will have the ability to shoot along as Kate photographs a dancer in midtown. As this is an OCF class, transmitters will be rotated among attendees for each to have an opportunity for shooting time. You should have a decent understanding and working knowledge of manual mode in natural light settings. 

Kate is here to help with the transition to OCF! Any lenses can be used for a variety of looks. Kate prefers to shoot a 24mm prime lens and either an 85mm prime lens or a 70-200mm.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn the basics of OCF from selecting the right gear to dialing in exposure and light placement for the look you want
- Learn how dance photography differs from other portrait photography, in terms of gear, settings, and location selection
- Learn how to pose and shoot dancers to highlight their beauty

Instructors
avatar for Kate Luber

Kate Luber

Kate Luber is a Clickin Moms Mentor and has been a member of Clickin Moms since 2012. A central Oklahoma portrait, wedding, and dance photographer, Kate draws her inspiration from the drama and elegance of the ballet, classic Hollywood, and the pages of Vogue magazine. Kate’s other... Read More →


Friday March 6, 2020 2:30pm - 4:00pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- Peachtree & MM House

2:30pm EST

Kids in the City: Editorial Photography for Children
Limited Capacity seats available

Take a walk through Midtown to the High Museum where Marilese will cover how to conceptualize, style, and direct publishable, editorial photoshoots for children. Gain an understanding for the differences between children's portraiture and photographing children for advertising and magazine clients, as well as the unique considerations of directing an editorial project. You will have the opportunity to photograph three child models individually and one group shot of all models together in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. This is an intermediate course designed for photographers comfortable working in manual mode. You will work in small groups and should bring a reflector as well as portrait lenses. Course covers natural light instruction.

Learning Objectives: 

- Learn how to create images of children within a specified concept
- Learn how to coach children through different expressions and poses
- Learn how to pose models in a group
- Discuss how to work with an advertising or magazine client to assist with concept creation and art direction

Instructors

Friday March 6, 2020 2:30pm - 4:00pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum

5:00pm EST

Creative Control Using Natural Light
Limited Capacity filling up

How you choose to use the light can take a simple image and create something truly magical. Kristin is a confessed light geek and loves to look for and use light in unique and creative ways that are unexpected. She prefers to get the light right in camera and use editing tools only to enhance if needed. Join Kristin and other light seekers as she explains how she looks for the best available light, and her approach to capturing it in a way that elevates her work. Attendees will learn what apertures work best to capture flares, rim light, and silhouettes. We will also look for shadows, and how harsh light used right can create a totally different look in your imagery. Together we will meet at an outdoor location and look for and explore how using: open shade, backlight, harsh light, and low light can change the mood or feeling of an image. This class would be great for the beginner who is starting to explore different uses of light, and for the intermediate or advanced photographer who is looking for different ways to be creative with natural light. We will be working with one to two models to use for subject placement and proper exposure. She will explain how to incorporate and use the environment and still life at our shooting destination.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn what apertures and perspectives work best for different uses of light
- Learn about subject placement for use of backlight, open shade and harsh light
- Learn about and practice with creative uses of outdoor natural light

Instructors
avatar for Kristin Dokoza

Kristin Dokoza

Photographer/Media Production, Kristin Dokoza Photography
Kristin is a child and family photographer in the San Francisco Bay Area, known for her unique abilities in capturing light and mood. She believes in the wonder of connection, laughter and love in everyone. Kristin also shoots for a variety of destination hotels and other commercial... Read More →


Friday March 6, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- Ansley Park & City Walk

5:00pm EST

Women In The City: A Styled Portrait Session
Limited Capacity filling up

Join Chanel for a styled shootout with Midtown Atlanta as the backdrop. You are encouraged to shoot alongside Chanel as she demonstrates how she chooses various backdrops for her subject, utilizes light to enhance the mood, and poses her subject while helping them relax in front of the camera. She will teach you how to bring visual interest to the frame while helping your subject pop. You are encouraged to have experience with shooting in manual mode.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to direct and pose a subject with intention and how to help the subject relax in front of the camera
- Learn how to convey a mood in your images by bringing all of the elements within the frame together
- Learn how to choose a backdrop to help tell a story with your images and capture your viewer’s attention

Instructors
avatar for Chanel French

Chanel French

Chanel G. Photography


Friday March 6, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum
 
Saturday, March 7
 

10:30am EST

Creative Control Using Natural Light
Limited Capacity full

How you choose to use the light can take a simple image and create something truly magical. Kristin is a confessed light geek and loves to look for and use light in unique and creative ways that are unexpected. She prefers to get the light right in camera and use editing tools only to enhance if needed. Join Kristin and other light seekers as she explains how she looks for the best available light, and her approach to capturing it in a way that elevates her work. Attendees will learn what apertures work best to capture flares, rim light, and silhouettes. We will also look for shadows, and how harsh light used right can create a totally different look in your imagery. Together we will meet at an outdoor location and look for and explore how using: open shade, backlight, harsh light, and low light can change the mood or feeling of an image. This class would be great for the beginner who is starting to explore different uses of light, and for the intermediate or advanced photographer who is looking for different ways to be creative with natural light. We will be working with one to two models to use for subject placement and proper exposure. She will explain how to incorporate and use the environment and still life at our shooting destination.

Learning Objectives: 

- Learn what apertures and perspectives work best for different uses of light
- Learn about subject placement for use of backlight, open shade and harsh light
- Learn about and practice with creative uses of outdoor natural light

Instructors
avatar for Kristin Dokoza

Kristin Dokoza

Photographer/Media Production, Kristin Dokoza Photography
Kristin is a child and family photographer in the San Francisco Bay Area, known for her unique abilities in capturing light and mood. She believes in the wonder of connection, laughter and love in everyone. Kristin also shoots for a variety of destination hotels and other commercial... Read More →


10:30am EST

Dancing in the Street
Limited Capacity full

Follow Kate as she explores an urban environment to shoot dancers in natural light! What locations make great photography backgrounds? How does one choose locations in an urban environment and how do buildings affect the light at different times of the day? Learn all of her shooting tips and tricks all while working with gorgeous dancers and learning to pose and capture dynamic ballet images.

You will have the ability to shoot along as Kate photographs a dancer in midtown Atlanta near the High Museum of Art. Students should have a basic understanding of manual mode in natural light settings, but Kate is here to help! Any lenses can be used for a variety of looks. Kate prefers to shoot a 24mm prime lens and either an 85mm prime lens or a 70-200mm.

Learning Objectives: 

- Learn how to select locations in an urban environment
- Learn how dance photography differs from other portrait photography, in terms of gear, settings, and location selection
- Learn how to pose and shoot dancers to highlight their beauty

Instructors
avatar for Kate Luber

Kate Luber

Kate Luber is a Clickin Moms Mentor and has been a member of Clickin Moms since 2012. A central Oklahoma portrait, wedding, and dance photographer, Kate draws her inspiration from the drama and elegance of the ballet, classic Hollywood, and the pages of Vogue magazine. Kate’s other... Read More →


Saturday March 7, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- Ansley Park & City Walk

10:30am EST

Order out of Chaos: Making Sense of the Street
Limited Capacity filling up

Street photography is exciting because it is unscripted. However, taking pictures in a dynamic environment, doesn't mean you can’t control the outcome of your pictures. From basic choices, like setting your aperture, to creative ones, like staying put and waiting for a scene to unfold, we'll work on those elements you can control.  You will learn  and how to juggle all the variables so that you make pictures that are unique to you. Join Michelle Rick as she takes you on a photowalk through Midtown Atlanta where she shows you her thoughts behind her compelling street photography imagery and focuses on capturing people in their everyday. 

Bring your favorite lens to this street photography walk.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to shoot with intention in unpredictable situations
- Learn how to make pictures that are uniquely yours by choosing how you use light and shadow, reflection, color and black and white, and perspective to enhance the composition
- Learn to step out of your comfort zone and shake things up and try various approaches
- Learn how to work in a dynamic environment in search of subject matter

Instructors

Saturday March 7, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum

2:30pm EST

Couples In Color: Photographing The Bright, Beautiful and Bold
Limited Capacity filling up

Make your images stand out with Mecca Gamble on this vibrant and colorful outdoor shoot in and around Midtown Atlanta. This class focuses on shooting an African American couple. She will cover everything from shooting for brown skin tones, shooting during mid-day, how to photograph fun and energetic couples portraits, to how to plan and style your session. Mecca will be there to assist and answer questions while you photograph a gorgeously styled couple in their cocktail finest. For this class, you should have a basic understanding of shooting in Manual Mode. Please bring a prime lens if available.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to plan a shoot in the city
- Learn how to help style your couple for their engagement or anniversary session
- Learn how to expose for brown skin tones
- Learn how to communicate with your couples during the session
- Learn go-to poses that get great natural reactions every time

Instructors
avatar for Mecca Gamble

Mecca Gamble

Owner, Mecca Gamble Photography


Saturday March 7, 2020 2:30pm - 4:00pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum

5:00pm EST

Dancing in the Street
Limited Capacity seats available

Follow Kate as she explores an urban environment to shoot dancers in natural light! What locations make great photography backgrounds? How does one choose locations in an urban environment and how do buildings affect the light at different times of the day? Learn all of her shooting tips and tricks all while working with gorgeous dancers and learning to pose and capture dynamic ballet images.

You will have the ability to shoot along as Kate photographs a dancer in midtown Atlanta near the High Museum of Art. Students should have a basic understanding of manual mode in natural light settings, but Kate is here to help! Any lenses can be used for a variety of looks. Kate prefers to shoot a 24mm prime lens and either an 85mm prime lens or a 70-200mm.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to select locations in an urban environment
- Learn how dance photography differs from other portrait photography, in terms of gear, settings, and location selection
- Learn how to pose and shoot dancers to highlight their beauty

Instructors
avatar for Kate Luber

Kate Luber

Kate Luber is a Clickin Moms Mentor and has been a member of Clickin Moms since 2012. A central Oklahoma portrait, wedding, and dance photographer, Kate draws her inspiration from the drama and elegance of the ballet, classic Hollywood, and the pages of Vogue magazine. Kate’s other... Read More →


Saturday March 7, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum

5:00pm EST

Using Places and Things To Tell The Story: Urban Streetscapes
Limited Capacity filling up

Street signs, architecture and street art are always changing in a city and are as unique as the people who are walking through the streets.  Come along with Michelle Rick as she explores midtown Atlanta on a street photowalk. You will explore buildings, street art, things left behind and living subjects that tell a compelling story. Michelle will explain what how she navigates a city to find the best shooting locations, what she looks for with composition and how she uses light and shadow to enhance.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to compose imagery that is compelling
- Learn how to make pictures that are uniquely yours by choosing how you use light and shadow, reflection, color and black and white, and perspective to enhance the composition
- Learn to look for and identify interesting architecture
- Learn to step out of your comfort zone, and shake things up and try various approaches
- Learn how to work in a dynamic environment in search of subject matter

Instructors

Saturday March 7, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum
 
Sunday, March 8
 

10:30am EDT

Order out of Chaos: Making Sense of the Street
Limited Capacity seats available

Street photography is exciting because it is unscripted. However, taking pictures in a dynamic environment, doesn't mean you can’t control the outcome of your pictures. From basic choices, like setting your aperture, to creative ones, like staying put and waiting for a scene to unfold, we'll work on those elements you can control.  You will learn  and how to juggle all the variables so that you make pictures that are unique to you. Join Michelle Rick as she takes you on a photowalk through Midtown Atlanta where she shows you her thoughts behind her compelling street photography imagery and focuses on capturing people in their everyday. 

Bring your favorite lens to this street photography walk.

Learning Objectives: 

- Learn how to shoot with intention in unpredictable situations
- Learn how to make pictures that are uniquely yours by choosing how you use light and shadow, reflection, color and black and white, and perspective to enhance the composition
- Learn to step out of your comfort zone and shake things up and try various approaches
- Learn how to work in a dynamic environment in search of subject matter

Instructors

Sunday March 8, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm EDT
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum

2:00pm EDT

Couples In Color: Photographing The Bright, Beautiful and Bold
Limited Capacity seats available

Make your images stand out with Mecca Gamble on this vibrant and colorful outdoor shoot in and around Midtown Atlanta. This class focuses on shooting an African American couple. She will cover everything from shooting for brown skin tones, shooting during mid-day, how to photograph fun and energetic couples portraits, to how to plan and style your session. Mecca will be there to assist and answer questions while you photograph a gorgeously styled couple in their cocktail finest. For this class, you should have a basic understanding of shooting in Manual Mode. Please bring a prime lens if available.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to plan a shoot in the city
- Learn how to help style your couple for their engagement or anniversary session
- Learn how to expose for brown skin tones
- Learn how to communicate with your couples during the session
- Learn go-to poses that get great natural reactions every time

Instructors
avatar for Mecca Gamble

Mecca Gamble

Owner, Mecca Gamble Photography


Sunday March 8, 2020 2:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum