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Studio 4 Design, LLC

Studio 4 Design, LLC

5.0
1 employee
33 years in business

About this pro

I've been into photography all my life! Coming from a long line of photographers in my family all the way back to my great grandfather who retired early at the age of 39 where he trained many photographers in Chicago that went around photographing people, parties and events back in the early 1900's. My Grandfather, Grandmother, Mom, Dad and brother have all been and still are doing photography, those who are still with us. Life is short, and I'm greatful to have had such a love for photography handed down to me through my DNA! 

I built a studio in South Tampa some years back and have been focused on Commercial Photography as well as Web Development. Back in April of 2005 I began weekend classes for a group out of New York teaching digital photography. The classes consist of showing how to improve your technical skills while photographing composition in the field tours here locally in Tampa Bay area. Within 3 hours you learn how to be ashured of your settings that improve your images to the way you want them to be while foreseeing a balance to your light and composition. You will be amazed at how I simplify your understanding towards the technical settings that free you up to "focus" on the artist within - composition/lighting!

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Tampa, FL 33629
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Taking a 3 hour tour of "Composition in the Field" that focuses on camera settings and technical understandings while photographing scenes in and around the Tampa Bay area with a since of lighting and composition. Within 3 hours every student leaves knowing they can make better images as they foresee them to be. I get you off of the "Auto" settings while utilizing aperature priority "A" setting that is still on auto piolot but forces you to consider depth of field. From their I show you how to adjust the image to your liking in ways auto doesn't get you there. From there you'll learn how this can help you translate your settings into manual "M" mode for even more control.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Graduated at Daytona State College with honors for outstanding achievements. 


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