Making Better Photos Workshop with Al Weems – Nov 11 2017

What takes a photo from a standard snapshot level to the “Wow!” factor? How can you improve your photography?

Talented award-winning photographer Al Weems has the answer!

First Congregational Church
307 Boston Road
Sutton, MA

Please note that, as this is a church location, respectful dress and language would be appreciated during the workshop.

Saturday, November 11th, 2017
9am to 12 noon

Al will run an intimate workshop for all levels of photographers. Whether you’re just getting started or have been using your camera for years, Al will provide the feedback and advice to help you reach that next level. The environment of the church will provide the perfect avenue to explore lighting, shadows, lines, angles, and much more.

This hands-on workshop with involve a series of exercises to help you look at the way you handle photography in an entirely new light. Make sure you bring a camera with you!

“The question is not what you look at, but what you see.”
— Henry Thoreau

This workshop is free for BVAA members. For non-BVAA members, the cost is $25. We will be making a donation to the church’s charitable causes as a thanks for access to their beautiful, historic space.

Joining the BVAA is only $25 and that would let you in to this workshop for free!

BVAA Membership Form

To Register for the Workshop
Please use our online registration form in order to register for this event. Contact us with any questions!

BVAA Event Registration Form

As part of our thank-you to the church, several participants will be donating some of their best photos to the church for the church to use for its projects. If you end up with a few lovely shots that you’d like to share, please let us know that and we’ll pass them along.

Contact us with any questions!

Al Weems Photography – learn more about the instructor

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