ADULT WORKSHOPS:

*NEW* Photography Foundations :  3 hour workshop

Offered monthly - go to our class registration page to reserve your spot!
**You'll find it under the "workshops" tab**

-From Auto to the Aperture Setting (A or Av)
-How to use Exposure Compensation (+/-)
-ISO and how it can help you take better photos
-Focusing: Using autofocus effectively
-Shutter Speed Setting (S or Tv)
-Metering: Spot, Dynamic & Center.
-Plus there will be plenty of time to ask questions at the end of the class.
 
Participants should bring their DSLR camera with a fully charged battery & memory card and the camera manual.  
Questions regarding this workshop can be directed to Sheila Guevin, swguevin@aol.com.


About the instructor:
Photographer Sheila White Guevin grew up in a small mill town in PA. She was the kind of kid who liked rocks and clothes with pockets. After graduating from Murray State University in Kentucky, she went on to be resident of KY, PA, CT, VA, NV, VA, TX, AL, HI, AL, CO, and VA again and in that order, before landing in MD in 2012.

Guevin is known as a fine art and avant-garde portrait photographer. She is a member of Maryland Federation of Art (mdfedart.com), Arts Council of Anne Arundel County (acaac.org), and Bay Country Artists Guild. She exhibits with all three in juried and non-juried shows.

Guevin exhibits with BWI Marshall Thurgood Airport, the Anne Arundel Medical Center, the Annapolis Maritime Museum, the gallery at What’s Up Annapolis magazine, the Circle Gallery in Annapolis,the Bay Country Guild gallery, and Artomatic . Her work is seen internationally in advertising and print magazines. A solo show of 20 pieces spent four months on exhibit at the Arundel Center in Annapolis by invitation of the County Executive's Office. Four pieces remain on exhibit in the County Executive's Foyer.
Guevin is a photography instructor at Anne Arundel Community College.

tween/TEEN WORKSHOPS: for ages 10-15

 

CAMPS - for girls
Week-long camps offered each summer (July & August). 
Fearless Photography Camps and Workshops brings together teen girls to learn confidence & individuality through photography. We teach them to "own their image", meaning to own the person they are and the work that they create. Projects and activities range from photojournalism to more art driven pieces and writing in their journals. Teaching girls beginning as young as 10 years old, we are encouraging them to realize their strengths and develop an artistic skill that can act as a way to let their voices be heard in a very noisy tech-filled world. Follow us on Instagram @fearlessphotogirl


WORKSHOPS - for boys & girls

We will be offering quarterly storytelling workshops that will teach the young photographers photojournalism 101 plus a little bit about the camera. 
Upcoming Class/Workshops:

Night Photography Workshop - Tuesday, Aug. 21st 5-9pm
Fall Session: 8 Tuesdays (4:30-6pm) starting on Sept. 18th

sign up here

***We are always looking for new events and locations. Feel free to request that we photograph your event or business mission at our next workshop!

Past shoot locations:

Graffiti Warehouse-Baltimore
49 West Coffeehouse and Winebar
Lighthouse Bistro
Finart Studios and Gallery
Maryland Hall
Nextival Music Festival
Maryland Renaissance Festival
Annapolis Markethouse
Blk Ankr Printing
Rasa Juice Shop

Private Lessons:

Taught by Alison Harbaugh of Sugar Farm Productions.

2 Hour Private Lesson at your home- $225 (1 person). $325 (2 people) 
2 Hour Private Lesson at ArtFarm- $200 (1 person). $300 (2 people) 

OR

Host a party with your friends (up to 8 people) 2 hour workshop style class & time to hang and sip at ArtFarm.
Wine and snacks provided. $600 (at ArtFarm) $700 (at your home)


What past clients are saying:

"Thanks to Alison I now have the confidence to go out and enjoy my camera and the photos that I will be taking. I can now take my camera out of auto mode and choose the right settings with assurance to get the better shot. Alison is an excellent tutor and I enjoyed the lesson immensely."

"Your teaching style was easy to understand and friendly, and I loved that you took the time to look at everyone's camera before class. The small class size was perfect and I felt like I got individual attention when I needed it. I FINALLY understand how to use the full manual setting (instead of AV or TV) and was able to get a GREAT shot of my daughter sleeping in her crib... in a very dimly-lit room!! I really enjoyed class and would recommend it to anyone with a dSLR that wants to learn how to use it to it's full potential!"

"As a sort of primer on DSLR photography, I think you did a splendid job. It was basic enough, and yet I came away having learned so much. I now am not as scared of experimenting, as I was before the class. Loved the informal environment you created, and your interactive teaching style. I think I will definitely be in touch with you again, as I begin to expand my photography horizons. Thanks a bunch!"

"Great workshop, especially for beginners with little knowledge of the technical aspects of using the DSLR camera. Alison's hands-on approach was so much easier to follow than reading the camera manual."

"I just wanted to say that you taught me more about my camera than a 6 week course I took at our community college. I found your style of teaching to be to the point and easy to understand. I think the other course tried to cover too much. You hit right on the stuff that I had questions about. So I wanted to thank you!"