Just in time for Mother’s Day
by Donna Rhodes
Studio 106’s photographers, Susan Renfro and Colleen Kerrigan will be teaching all age and skill levels how to snap their own prize-winning close-ups in a series of creative camera classes.
There are many options to explore. At 10:00 A.M. Saturday, May 11, get ready to capture images photographers couldn’t have imagined a decade ago.
Smartphones have come a long way, baby, but to snag that prize-winning photo, there’s a lot more than simply pointing and shooting. Susan and Colleen excel in teaching tricks of the trade − composition, lighting, pixel considerations, settings, to-flash-or-not-to-flash, cropping, and so much more. Sign up for “Smartphone Photography,” and by day’s end, you’ll be at the top of your phone-photo game.
Once you amass all your awesome images, what do you do with them? Print them? Save them? Put them into a book? “What To Do With All Those Photos,” set for 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. Saturday, May 25, has your answer. Join the fun and take your treasured memories of storage and make them part of your life. For information, visit studio106.photos/education or call (828) 787-2121.
If you and your family want to be in front of, not behind the camera, here’s your chance. On Mother’s Day, from 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Sunday, May 12, don’t miss “Mother’s Day Mini Sessions.” The expert photography staff of Studio 106 will book you for a 20-minute family session. Take home five keepsake digital images for just $99 (sign-up for a slot with a $45 deposit).
There are plenty of other offerings in the wonderful world of photography, including shooting, compiling, editing, and so much more. They even have four photo excursions planned − the first: Secret Falls. It’s a 30-minute hike with a plethora of shutter clicks at every turn and every billow of rainbow mist.
Any of these classes would make a marvelous Mother’s Day gift for a mom, stepmom, sister, aunt, wife, or grandmother. Heck, mom or not, reserve a space for yourself at www.studio106.photos, (828) 787-2121 or inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org.