Complimentary Teleseminar to Introduce “Photo Workshops for Moms,” this Thursday, April 8, 2010, at 12.30 p.m. EST.
Photographing their kids is a fantastic way for moms to explore and nurture their own creative side while spending high-quality time with their kids. Moms are empowered as memory-makers these days, with all kinds of new tools for recording family moments. As a kids’ photographer, Sarah Sloboda has learned the rhythms, flow, and composition skills to let a child’s story speak through the images she captures of them. She is now teaming up with moms across the U.S. to help them learn the skills they need to use the family camera to truly tell the family story.
Sarah Sloboda prides herself on the creation of meaningful family archives, and it is her mission to inspire people with photographic evidence of their lives working beautifully. By teaching moms the skills to document their own lives, she hopes to exponentially increase people’s ability to cherish and honor the moments in time that make up their lives.
She is committed to helping you take better photos of your loved ones, using the camera you have. She’ll cover tips on things like the way you interact with your child while the camera is out, easy-to-follow suggestions for changing your camera settings for more artistic images, and composition ideas.
Sign up now for the complimentary teleseminar, “Photography for Moms,” taking place at 12.30 p.m. EST on April 8, 2010.
Starting in May of 2010, Sarah Sloboda will offer 2-day photography workshops for moms in a format doable for a family schedule. Each 4-hour workshop day will focus on techniques to support moms in their desire to more authentically capture their kids in their day-to-day lives and for special occasions.
“Ever since I was a child myself, I found there to be a lot of wonder in the world. It’s easy as an adult, to forget the fascination that exists in the simplest of things through the eyes of a child. I photograph children to remind myself and others of the child’s unique perspective – to return to the part of myself that is truly intrigued to be alive.”
Call will be recorded, and last about 45 minutes.