Even though I’m out of the education career, I still love teaching, and I’m doing it in a new way. I’ve gone from teaching core skills to teaching something I love: photography. So far I’ve given some personal lessons to a few photographers and talked to the Photo 1 classes at Fayetteville High School. My next big step is teaching an Intro to Photography workshop in March. If you want to learn how to use your camera and help Fayetteville High School, you should sign up for the workshop.
Learn How to Use Your Camera and Help Fayetteville High School
It seems like everyone has a camera these days, but very few people actually know what they are doing. I firmly believe that with a little education, people will take better photos. This workshop is a great place to start. You’ll understand how a camera works, and you’ll be able to get off of Auto mode and make your own adjustments to deal with different situations.
Without Fayetteville’s photography program, I might not be who I am today and be doing what I’m doing. I started my photography journey at Fayetteville in 10th grade when I took Photo 1. I ended up loving it and continuing the next two years. I believe that the FHS programs are great, and I want to help them. All the proceeds from this workshop will go directly toward those programs. This could go to new cameras, lenses, or computers.
This workshop is a win-win. You learn how to use your camera and help Fayetteville High School at the same time. I’m excited to be part of it, and I hope we pack the house. There is limited availability, so sign up soon. The class is March 9th at Fayetteville High School from 5-8 and costs $35. There will also be prizes from myself and Bedford Cameras, so contact Shay Hopper (firstname.lastname@example.org) or myself (email@example.com) to get signed up!