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Saturday, November 1, 2008


Photoshop Post Processing Techniques

$99 (April 27th, 2011 from 7-9pm eastern time)

This class will be a LIVE online training class where I will walk you thru post processing techniques for your images. We'll discuss basic tips to bettering your images in the post editing process as well as review a handful of actions and some of the effects certain actions have on your images. Each student is asked to submit 5 images for the class that I will in turn possibly use to demonstrate how I take an image straight out of the camera and complete it within the post processing stage. If you've ever wanted to learn certain photoshop steps or see how a photographer edits from point A to point B with their photographs, this is the class for you. Geared toward beginner photoshop users. (Photoshop or Photoshop elements required) Maximum of 15 students. Register your seat now while there are still openings. To register, CLICK HERE.

Beginner Photography Classes (online)

$159 (Next class begins April 25th, 2011)

Do you have a new camera that has tons of bells and whistles that you don't know how to use but would love to learn? Do you have a blog that you'd like to learn how to take better photos for? Are you interested in photography but never know where to begin or how to get started? Do you have a desire to possibly start a photography business someday and just need help learning the basics in the meantime? Are you a Mom just looking to take better photographs of your children? Are you stuck on the auto mode feature but would love how to shoot in manual? If you answered yes to any of the above, then this is the course for you. The class is offered as a 4 week-instructor led-informative journey - conducted online - at your leisure. Once you've paid for and reserved your seat in the class, you are granted access to a private forum where everyone in the class learns together. You check in as you wish throughout the 4 weeks - reviewing and learning the lessons posted by the instructor. You have an open forum where you are able to ask any amount of questions you'd like and in turn receive a prompt response from your instructor. This open but yet private student forum also allows you to chat and connect with other students who are participating as well. Each student will have one assignment to complete and turn in each week for a critique via your instructor. There is also an area where you can upload and share your photos with others in the class while seeking praise & feedback from them and critiques from the instructor. Angie will teach you the power locked inside your DSLR and steer you toward how to get off the "green auto mode" button and how to begin unlocking your cameras potential and your creativity by learning to shoot in manual mode as well as the other modes offered on your camera. She will discuss those features and when best to apply them in varied shooting environments. Here are just a few of the many things you will learn while enrolled in the class...

1) Getting tight and close with your images

2) Uncluttering a photograph

3) Framing your images in camera

4) Composition (rule of thirds) when shooting

5) ISO

6) The importance of white balance

7) Changing up your angles

8) Aperture Priority Mode, Shutter Priority mode

9) Avoiding and forcing the flash

10) Your cameras highlight warning & what it means

11) Learning your histogram

12) Exposure compensation

13) What is burst/continuous mode?

14) Graduating to "manual mode."

This class is packed full of priceless information that comes via the ease of a personal instructor at your finger tips. In 30 days, you will have a much better understanding as to the features of your camera, when to apply them, as well as a better knowledge of basic beginner photography. For testimonials from past students, click

CLICK HERE to reserve your spot!

One on one private mentor sessions - $699

Have you ever wished you could spend one day with a photographer and just pick their brain and learn how they do what they do? Are you one that is more of a "visual" learner? If so, we've got help for you. Angie is now offering one on one mentoring classes for basic beginner photography. You will have the opportunity to spend one full day with Angie and will be able to ask her anything you wish. She will go over basic beginner photography as well as use of your camera. The mentor workshop will run from 9am to sunset. Included in your day will be a sample model shoot, intense instruction regarding photography in general, how to shoot in limited lighting, composition, etc. as well as a personal lunch with Angie. If you reside outside the state of Florida but would like the opportunity for Angie to come to you & teach you in your own environment, feel free to contact the studio about on location mentoring in your own state. Angie does travel and would love the opportunity to travel to your location for onsite mentoring & instruction. Additional fees do apply for instruction outside the state of Florida.

CLICK HERE to reserve your spot!

About the instructor:

Angie Seaman is a natural light photographer based out of Southwest, Florida. She services the Naples, Bonita Springs, Marco Island, Ft. Myers, Cape Coral, Sanibel Island and Captiva Island areas. Her hometown roots allow her visits back to central Indiana on a regular basis and therefore she shares her session time in Indianapolis and surrounding cities when in town. Angie's talents include sessions related to beach photography and urban environments. She specializes in fine art children's portraiture, family photography, engagement sessions, maternity, and commercial product lines. Her popularity as a photographer launched her into the world of teaching/instructing others on the basics of photography. Angie now offers online classes, weekend workshops, as well as in person one on one mentoring classes for those looking to learn more about their cameras and the world of photography in general. Angie resides in Naples, Florida full time with her husband and two children.


Debbie Mrazek said...

Angie this class sounds wonderful. What kind of camera do you have to have?

Angie Seaman said...

Thanks Debbie. I shoot with a Nikon D300 as my main camera. Hope this helps.

Blessings, Angie Seaman

OUR WILD ZOO said...

Just wanted to check in and say HI! I'm one of your old photography students- wait I'm not "old"- but I took it back in September =) I just have to tell you that you really helped kickstart my passion in photography. I was having a bit of postpartum when I decided to do something for myself and dust off my camera/take your class. Thank you for all your encouragement and help, it's been an amazing journey for me and I'm continuing forward with it! You're awesome and such an inspiration to me. Looking forward to new house, family pics too. I always loved seeing your decorating style as well. Is there an area you don't excel in? Geesh =) Just wondrin! Have a fab week!

Meredith said...

I'm an aspiring photographer also from Indiana. I'm interested in your Sept weekend class. I would have my own accommodations, my aunt has a condo in Bonita Springs. Would the price be different if we don't need the hotel?


Angie Seaman said...

Hi Meredith. Feel free to email me directly in regard to the details about your question. My email address is as follows:

Thanks a million!