[UN]Tour: 10 Ways to Take Better Pictures
Monday, Dec 5, 2011 :: 7-8pm
Free and open to the public :: Register here
New Orleans Photo Alliance Gallery
1111 St. Mary Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
Having seen too many people abandon perfectly good cameras thinking than a newer, fancier one will somehow give them better photos, professional photographer and author Khara Plicanic reminds us that, “Cameras don’t take great photos, people do!” To demonstrate, she and her husband Emir, are riding their bicycles 3100 miles from San Diego, California to St. Augustine, Florida, stopping in eight cities along the way to teach shutterbugs of all skill levels how to improve their photos—using whatever camera it is that they already have.
Presented in part by Mpix.com, Khara Plicanic and The [UN]tour will be sharing “10 Tips for Instantly Better Photos” in New Orleans at the New Orleans Photo Alliance, 1111 St. Mary St, on Monday, Dec. 5th at 7:00 p.m. Inspired by her new book, Your Camera Loves You: Learn to Love it Back, this free 1-hour class welcomes everyone with a camera, whether a total beginner or a more experienced hobbyist.
As a bonus, at 4:30 p.m. the same day, Khara invites professional wedding photographers to join her in adopting a “Wickedly Fast Wedding Workflow.” Based on her popular workflow guide (www.rockyourworkflow.com), Khara shares the principles that allow her to consistently deliver proofs and album designs to her clients within a week of their wedding (in only 6-8 hours total).
Attendance is free. Registration is available at www.theUNtour.com, along with detailed class descriptions, photos, videos, and an extensive collection of FAQ’s.
Khara Plicanic is a professional wedding photographer based in Lincoln, Nebraska where she owns KaBloom Studios. Her new book, Your Camera Loves You: Learn to Love it Back!, was just released from Peachpit Press.
Mpix is a division of Miller’s Professional Imaging. Founded in 1939, Miller’s is the largest professional photography lab in the United States with production facilities in Pittsburg, Kansas and Columbia, Missouri.