Come learn about photography in a setting that is interactive and fun.<P>
Join me as I walk you through the basics of photography in this hands-on studio lighting class. The class will consist of a brief lecture, lighting demo and shooting time. You will learn about the physics and quality of light, portrait lighting techniques, and basic photographic methods in a setting that is interactive and fun. An SLR camera able to be set to manual is required for this class. (Film camera may be used if digital is not available.) Please bring your camera to the first class.<P>
Ages 13+. Cost: $120. Dates: Tuesdays 11/5, 11/19, 12/3, 12/10 from 6:30-9:00pm at Fivesparks
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Beginning this Summer of 2020, I will be doing monthly dance studio workshops. I will also be teaching classes in lighting for other photographers and web design for personal branding clients. I shoot out of my studio in Groton—headshots, portraits & creative dance.
I also work on location helping entrepreneurs with their personal branding photos, videos and websites
“Kathryn made me feel 100% at ease during our headshot portrait session, taking the time to understand the kind of photos I wanted, and doing several different backgrounds and looks. The photos she took are absolutely stunning. She is prompt, professional and a pleasure to work with.” Jennifer Lewy
“I had a chance to work with Kathryn recently and I am so thrilled that I did! She possesses a very special combination of a being a joy to work with while also being a amazingly talented photographer. Her attention to detail and customer service is flawless. The finished product was even better than I had hoped for! She has my absolute highest recommendation and I look forward to working with her again.” Katherine Zuccala
“Working with Kathryn was amazing! She is hard working, kind, and a blast to shoot with. From portraits, to head shots, and dance photography, everything was fantastic. Excellent experience, could not ask for better.” Heather Larsen