Amy is a wife, mother of three, photographer and educator.  She remains the most sought after newborn and baby photographer in the Auburn and Opelika, Alabama area and has been photographing newborns, babies, maternity and families for almost seven years.

Innocence newborn and child photography workshop Calgary July 19-20 with Sandra Bianco Photography|Auburn, Al Newborn Photographer

Calgary July 19-20 2016

Deposit only 800.00 total cost 2000.00 Non-refundable.
Sandra Bianco Photography and Dewdrops Photography by
Amy McDaniel are excited to be teaming up again in 2016! Come learn to correctly shoot newborn sessions in
the studio and then head outdoors with Sandra Bianco on her
journey to show you how to capture the beauty and essence of
the child with the light effects she is most popular for.
Workshop details:
Day 1
Meet and greet
Evening shoot with Sandra teaching her child portion and Amy will also be posing a newborn.
Dinner included

Day 2
Morning with Dewdrops Photography by Amy McDaniel:
Amy will show you how to use studio light to achieve
the soft and airy look. Amy will be covering camera settings,
angels, lighting, soothing techniques, her newborn posing
workflow, including beanbag, wrapping, prop shot and mommy
and baby. She will also include her editing techniques from
beginning to end.
Afternoon/Evening with Sandra Bianco Photography:
Sandra will be covering capturing the beauty and essence
of the child, along with shooting techniques, finding the light,
camera settings, styling, and start to finish post processing
that will take your images and your business to another level.
Lunch and light snacks are included

Limited to 10 students

Total Cost: $2000.00

http://dewdropsphotography.bigcartel.com/product/innocence-newborn-and-child-workshop-with-sandra-bianco-and-dewdrops-photography-calgary

Reviews WOW it has been awhile since my last blog post but like most photographers the busy season was intense! Working to balance my business, the bizzy mamas, my kids, husband and find time for myself just to eat and sleep was next to impossible. I definitely need to get better at that balance. Now if only my passion planner would arrive I can get started on managing my time better… patiently waiting.

I last left you with my extreme excitement for what was a definite turning point for my business. My trip to NYC for the Innocence Workshop was nothing short of AMAZING! I spent two wonderful days learning from Amy McDaniel and Sandra Bianco, two extremely inspiring photographers. The workshop was hosted by one of New York Cities finest photographers Lisa Viox owner of Lisa Viox Photography, who knew the best spots for lunch! If you are considering making the investment to take your photography to the next level by taking a workshop I highly recommend it! I was blessed as you know that my aunt was able to support me by helping to fund my trip. And I was so happy to have my husband join me on my adventure and my parents watch the kids for the weekend. The gratitude was flowing!!!

As we drove into NYC the excitement was intense, I felt like my life was about to change for the better, that I would confirm my passion by learning from some of the best and gain the experience to stand confidently and say I am a newborn and children photographer. I was so happy to have my husband with me especially as we entered into NY. The last time I tried to drive in NY alone I went through the same toll booth three times and on the third time I had to pay my toll with pennies!!

On the day of the workshop, I was happy to meet some attendees in the lobby and head to the workshop together. I was excited to see some familiar faces once we arrived. Julia owner of Julia V Photography and one of my favorite newborn prop shops Pooks & Lulu was there hosting a trunk show and it was great to finally meet Erica McCollam owner of Erica McCollam Photography also a philly area photographer.

The tips I learned during the workshop from posing to styling down to editing confirmed that I was on the right path and gave me that extra knowledge to boost my confidence. During the newborn portion of the workshop I was excited to learn “the froggy pose” the one I tried but could never succeed with prior to this workshop. I was so anxious to have an opportunity to get this shot but so were about 10 other photographers… I worried I wouldn’t get it and of course when it was my turn my trigger wasn’t working, I had to get back in line… my heart sunk but I was so happy that this little angel was able to hold the pose for me to capture it. Amy McDaniel is so inspiring to watch in person. I knew at that moment that this was my life’s purpose. Capturing these moments and creating art in this way for parents to treasure is so important. They are only this little for a little while.

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