Photography 101 – Workshop | now enrolling for class “103″

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I’m super excited to announce that I’m currently enrolling in “class 103″ for my 101 level photography workshop – “How to make a photograph the manual way”. This is the 3rd time I’ve taught this workshop and i’m more excited about this now than ever before. I’ve got a passion to teach photography and camera usage… now I just need 10 people passionate about learning and learning from me.

I’ve got a few seats still available.. for this upcoming class. Here are the dates and times:

This will FOR SURE be the last workshop I teach in the 2011 calendar year – likely to be spring 2012 or maybe even summer 2012 before I do another! Don’t delay, signup today!

Tuesday’s in July – 3 class evenings total for this one workshop:
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Tuesday July 12th – 6-9pm (Classroom Theory)
Tuesday July 19th – 4-8pm (on-location shootshop)
Tuesday July 26th – 6-9pm (student projects – classroom)

Cost of the Workshop is: $ 225 + tax per seat

——-IS THIS FOR YOU ?————-
Here’s some thoughts on who this workshop is for:
This Workshop is for you if you:
…have a DSLR and want to know what equipment to invest in next
…use auto mode a majority of the time
…use the popup flash on the front of the camera
…aren’t happy with the results you’ve been getting from your camera
…are curious how ISO, Shutter Speed & F-stop relate to each other in order to
properly expose an image
…want to learn to be more artistic in your approach to photography
…want some general tips, tricks and rules of thumb to improve your skills as a
photographer

For more info and detailed review of the workshop look at these two previous posts:
Class 101
http://www.traviswilliamsphotography.com/blog/?p=2592
Class 102
http://www.traviswilliamsphotography.com/blog/?p=2799

Are you going to be one of these “question marks” in this image for the next workshop???

I can be reached:

Travis Williams Photography
weeums@gmail.com
520.248.1611

Photography Workshop – the Graduates of “class 102″ (Level 101)

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In April of 2011 – I hosted the 2nd class for my 101 level Photography workshop. These are the graduates – “class 102″ – of my first level (101) TWP Photo Workshop. 6 students this time around with 1 (Trina Callie) not pictured. It was again a huge hit and I really enjoyed doing the teaching thing again. I love anything that reminds me of my teaching students how to Scuba Dive.

If you missed the first post here’s that:

Click on (or copy & paste into a new browswer window) this link below to Read this for a more indepth review of the workshop, and a recap on the content.
http://www.traviswilliamsphotography.com/blog/?p=2592

I’m working on opening up class #103 of the Level 101 workshop that will run 3 weeks in July (certainly the last class of 2011) running either mondays, tuesdays or thursdays starting with either the 11th, 12th or 14th, with a limited number of 10 spaces. If you are interested please contact me here:

Travis Williams Photography
weeums@gmail.com
520.248.1611

Here are some photos from class #102
Our lovely model: Naomi Hitchcock – also a photographer herself and a TWPW graduate of class “101″







The Students of Class #102

Melissa Odell (pictured above)

Alma Avarado (pictured above)

Sarah Boge (pictured above)

Melanie Thornton (pictured above)

Jennifer Roth (pictured above)

Naomi Hitchcock (pictured above – both our model and a recent TWP workshop graduate)










This Class group photoshoot is a fun way to celebrate those that participated and have joined the TWP Workshop family forever ! Thanks to all and thanks for the wonderful feedback.


Christopher | Senior [IRHS '11]

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Christopher Clavero [IRHS '11] currently is my final senior of 2011, and was super fun to end the season on… Chris is goofy, fun loving and smart as a whip. He’s got a whole host of funny faces and uses them well to help him when he teaches young kids to swim. Chris is a swimmer & loves guitar, as you can see – he’s got quite a collection of them. Chris participates in a band and is definitely a talented musician. Looking forward to hearing those original songs in the future Chris. Thanks for trusting me with your Senior story!




















Hannah | Senior [Salpointe '11]

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Hannah Furrier isn’t the first Furrier, nor the last to be in front of my camera. Like her cousin Halie before her, Hannah was a pleasure to work with and her family is so much fun. Hannah is one of the most interesting gals I’ve ever met… she’s is a blend of everything. Hannah loves culture, loves her travels that have already included Europe. Nearby Mexico is one of her favorite places. She’s a swimmer, loved being apart of her high school squad for the sake of relationship and staying in shape. Can be found hanging out with her friends at all the recent movies when she’s not working at RAH (Tucson’s best Sushi). She had just finished reading “Rock & Hard place” the story that was adapted into the movie “127 Hours” which gave us lots to talk about. Some of Hannah’s favorite high school memories revolve around friend and family summer travels to the Lake House – where she enjoys wake boarding, waterskiing & tubing. Hannah’s also taken to the slopes on the snowboard, but above all else is a love for the “happiest place on earth” : Disneyland. Having attended Salpointe all 4 years of high school she says she’ll miss all the school spirit: football games, basketball, powderpuff contests. She says she’s close with a huge majority of her 350 class of 2011 seniors. Mom described Hannah as wise, witty & super kind. Hannah said she’s partially introverted, particular and boarderline OCD (in a good way). What could’nt be denied was her passion for God and for Sonoran Hotdogs, which I was introduced to during the session as we visited her favorite place in Tucson: “BK”. Next up for Hannah: Attending the Univ of Arizona rushing as a WILDCAT, she’s got a full ride scholarship and will be majoring in organic bio chem working towards a career as an orthodontist or dermatologist.. she’s got big plans and there’s no doubt she’ll get there from here.



































Reyna | Senior [MVHS '11]

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Reyna Parra is a home grown Tucsonan born on Christmas Eve which she was quick to point out came with it’s own set of challenges, namely the in-ability to EVER have a birthday party for friends on your actual birthday. I can’t even imagine since my birthday is in August. Reyna is described by her mom as: loving, ambitious & trust worthy. Reyna told me she was kind hearted, charming and funny, no one on earth would argue with this self-assessment. It was clear after spending a couple of hours that Reyna was all this and MORE ! Reyna attended Mountain View High all 4 years and counts her time as a “SEAP” tutor among her most memorable of high school. “teaching these special needs kids was alot more like getting an education in what’s really important in life” – Reyna recounts. Contining: “[they] have really taught me how to be patience, open my heart to being more loving & less judgemental”. Working with these kids starting in her Junior year changed her. They had as much an impact on her as she had on them, and her impact was significant. Seeing life differently these days Reyna spends time with her wonderful family members including Grandma “Twitter” (named so cause she knows a bit about everything and stays so upto date on all going on in the world). Reyna’s interests include hanging with her poodle / maltese mixed small dog “Snow White”, and reading. Often times found watching boxing & basketball she’s a huge LA Lakers fan cheering for her favorite player: Kobe Bryant. Reyna loves politics and is passionate about the immigration issues facing Arizona and our entire country. Accepted at the Univ of Arizona in the criminal justice program Reyna is bound to make a difference in the system in the future. Thanks Reyna for allowing me to be apart of your world and for braving the cactus in the wild desert at the end of our photoshoot together. You’re the best and I wish you the best at the next level.
























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