Boulder, CO, August 04, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Coming to a Studio Near You
Many people have an interest in photography, but how many actually have the skills and knowledge to become a professional? On October 14th and 15th at 9 am, Matthew Davies of Davies Creative Photography in Boulder will be sharing his expertise as a professional photographer, helping you learn all about flash photography and how to setup a home based photography studio. Davies’ classes, “How to Create a Home Studio” and “Flash Made Easy: A Class for Beginners and Natural Light Photographers,” are part of a nationwide educational event by Professional Photographers of America (PPA). Called Super Monday—as the majority are held on Mondays—these classes have been a huge success each year. Known for individual and focused attention, Super Monday features educational classes on diverse topics around the country, hosted by professional photographers.
Sunday’s workshop, “How to Create a Home Studio” will cover all of the topics a photographer needs in order to create a studio within their home. From equipment and lighting strategies to business considerations and home life, the ins and outs of a home studio will be fully explored. On Monday, in “Flash Made Easy” the mystery and complexity of flash photography is stripped away. Students will learn how easy flash photography can be and how to make the most from the equipment you already own. Discover more about Matthew Davies’ Super Monday classes at http://www.ppa.com/education-events/sm/states/sm_states_co.php.
Matthew Davies is a Boulder based portrait photography specializing in family and children as well as a photography instructor. He teaches workshops both privately as well as at local recreation centers. His photography website is http://www.daviescreative.com and his workshop website is http://workshops.daviescreative.com
Professional Photographers of America (PPA), a worldwide association, exists to assist more than 24,000 members in achieving their professional, artistic, and fraternal goals; to promote public awareness of the profession; and to advance the making of images in all of its disciplines as an art, a science and a visual recorder of history. For more information, visit www.ppa.com.
Contact: Matthew Davies