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Photography for the Business Owner

Post Date:03/06/2018 1:33 PM

When: Thursday, March 15, 6 - 9 p.m.

Where: Community Chest Room at City Hall, 310 Technology Parkway, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092

Level: All levels from Beginner to Pro

Cost: FREE

Reservations Required: Send an email to Jim Stone at jstone@tytancreates.com to reserve your seat. Only 40 seats available.

Are you a business owner interested in learning how photography can help your bottom line? Corporate employees, entrepreneurs, family business owners and social media influencers should all consider attending this free Photography Class.

What you will learn:

This seminar and workshop will focus on the skills, techniques, and tricks professional commercial photographers use to create those attention-grabbing images of products, homes, food, fashion, jewelry, lifestyle.

Whether you work in real estate, retail, hospitality, or a bike shop, photography and video have become essential to the success of almost any business. We are no longer hard selling but instead telling our story through compelling images.

Learn the process and techniques of a $2,500 a day commercial photographer and turn your ordinary photography into something extraordinary. We will explore the different software options available for post-production to take your images to the next level. We will even show how to take great product photos with your iPhone and some simple tricks. This is going to be a fun and informative time with lots of Q&A specific to your needs.

The second part of the evening will be a hands-on workshop with our professional photographers who will work with you and demonstrate practical ways to take better images. Bring your camera or you can shoot one of ours.

Reservations REQUIRED, send an email to Jim Stone at jstone@tytancreates.com to reserve your seat.

The class will start promptly at 6 p.m. Please plan on arriving at least 10 minutes prior to the start of the class to ensure a seat and avoid disrupting the class once it begins.

 

Image of man taking a photo with a 35 mm camera.