Father, mother and baby smiling at the camera

Have you found yourself watching a unique moment unfold and wished you could take better photos and document these precious moments? Don’t let these moments pass, learn how to capture them with a professional touch.

Join Canon Collective Ambassador Jenn Cooper as she shares and demonstrates her top 10 tips to help you document these precious moments, and take better photos of your kids and family.

This practical, hands on workshop is recommended for those who would like to understand their camera and create better images at every family event, BBQ, birthday or just at home! Pick up techniques on finding light, positioning subjects, and framing the shot for priceless images of your children.

Please bring your favorite family picture on a USB stick as we will be offering a free A3 print for each guest in the workshop.

On completion of this course we will cover:

• How to set your camera up for success
• When to use flash and how to avoid red-eye and other flash-related problems
• Working with light and dealing with problems you might encounter
• Composition
• Posing and guidance of what to wear in family portraits
• Top tips and tricks for capturing beautiful family portraits.

Saturday 23 November 2019.

Sails Port Macquarie,  20 Park Street Port Macquarie.

There is limited parking available onsite with additional parking located close by.


12.00 – 1.30pm

Meeting in the ground floor foyer of Sails Port Macquarie at 11.45am.

Duration: 90 minutes.
Cost: $49 per person.
Class size:

Limited to 15 attendees.

Techniques covered:

Knowing the best camera settings, understanding light, engaging with your subject and more.

Recommended equipment:

Please bring your favourite family picture on a USB stick to redeem your A3 print, these will be collected and printed during the event on Canon’s PRO printers. Unfortunately, there will not be time at this event to discuss photo editing, or selection of your image so please be prepared before the event and bring only one image on the USB for our helpers to print.