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Did you get a new DSLR camera so that you would make sure to capture all of those important milestones?   When you finally decided to really do this, did it occur to you that you had no clue how to work this beautiful camera?   Be honest, has yours been set on Auto-mode since you received it?  Do you get those "cheese" smiles from your kids every time you attempt to take some nice portraits of these beautiful stages?  This is the workshop for you!


Join me for a fun-filled, informative evening, created just for Moms.  Sit back and enjoy a glass of wine and some appetizers while you learn everything there is to know in order to photograph your children naturally, everyday.    

Mac Dore is looking for some Moms to host a Mom's Night Out group photography workshop.  These workshops are a one-evening learning experience in a lighthearted, relaxed setting.  This workshop will focus on helping you to improve your skills photographing your family and children.  All workshop hosts receive a complimentary registration.  (Traveling workshops available by request)

My Mom's Night Out workshops will cover the following:

composition and posing

candid approaches to photographing children of all ages

camera settings

outdoor natural lighting and how to expose for it

post-processing, how to edit and share your images


approximately two hours

additional time for questions and answers

Host Responsibilities:

Register 4-8 friends for your workshop, provide a couple bottles of wine and appetizers to share with your friends.  

Workshops can be hosted in your home or in mine.  I live in Canyon Lake, CA.  (I can travel upon request)


$150 per participant, non-refundable

The host is complimentary, when four or more friends purchase workshop


Mom's Night Out workshops are not intended for professional photographers or anyone looking to start their own photography business.

These workshops are focused on Mom's who are looking for a fun evening out, while learning the basics on how to use their camera and better photograph their children.

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