Bring your cameras and your kids to this workshop! Participants will learn fun, smart, and simple ways to capture great family photos.
Presenters: Alyson Aliano Bethany Michaela
Location: Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
Number 1 on the official photoville map
Bring your cameras and your kids to this workshop! Participants will learn fun, smart, and simple ways to capture great family photos. Using practices pulled from traditional portraiture and revamped to reflect the uniqueness of each family’s personality, instructors will discuss and apply tips and tricks that can help any member of the family capture a great shot. From posed shots to candid moments, this workshop will cover basic composition and lighting, but will largely teach students to recognize a great photo opportunity and how to capture it, or recreate it. Participants should bring their own camera or image capturing device (ie a cell phone or tablet), and will have the option of attending a 30 minute wrap-up session with the instructor to share their favorite images with fellow students and to get feedback from instructors.
I have wanted to be a photographer since I am a teenager. Since graduating the School of Visual Arts with a BFA I have been on my way. I try to create personal and commercial work that resonate. I feel very fortunate to have learned from great photographers, teachers, colleagues, and mentors and share what I have learned.
Hello there! I am based in Brooklyn New York and specialize in small, intimate destination weddings, portraits of entrepreneurs and documentary family sessions. My style is a blend of artistic and documentary imagery. I offer wedding and cinematography collections and am happy to customize a unique package to fit your priorities and needs. I also offer engagement, portrait and family sessions as well. Bethany Michaela Photo is, more than anything, a collaboration. It’s made up of all the intimate pieces of my life and learning, past and present, fused with the joys and imperfections that my clients bring to the table. It’s all of us, exactly where we are in our journeys.