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In This Course…
In this course you’ll learn life happens fast. The only way to push pause on the moments you wish to preserve forever is through photography. Come along with Angie Mahlke as she walks you through the fine art of documenting life’s moments by focusing on the details of the occasion.
What’s Your Perspective: the different approaches of photographing details.
How to Assess Your Story: closeup shots of a single detail vs. the details of a scene as a whole.
It’s All in the Details: how to incorporate details into storytelling.
Putting it Into Practice: 4-thought provoking exercises that will require you to put into practice your lessons throughout this course.
The Finishing Touches: watch as Angie edits to help assist you in editing your own detailed images – enhancing the details you’ve captured.
This course will help you hone in on the big and little details and turn your everyday moments into beautiful storytelling images. Soon you’ll be looking through your viewfinder with a completely different perspective.
25-page downloadable PDF
- 3 start-to-finish editing videos
4 creative exercises
Meet Your Instructor
I’m Angie: wife, stay-at-home-mom of 3 wild hyenas, an introvert with a creative itch that needs to be scratched. My photography style could be described as a hybrid of documentary and lifestyle. I break too many rules to be documentary yet am not styled enough to be completely lifestyle. Whatever the genre, I love being my family’s documentarian. It’s the everyday moments that inspire me to reach for my camera. Messy hair, dirty faces, mismatched clothing, wild and free children—all these fuel my creativity and desire to preserve these fleeting moments.