Winter 2018 – Mini Photography Workshops With Stephanie Anestis

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We will offer Photography Workshops throughout the Winter.

Photographer/educator Stephanie Anestis will offer 4 mini workshops in Photography techniques during January and February.

Stephanie is a Hamden-based photographer who loves teaching children and adults about this exciting and versatile artistic medium. She primarily photographs people, and loves looking for beautiful light. She began Stephanie Anestis Photography in 2010 and has been photographing and showing her work throughout Connecticut since. She is thrilled to be teaching children how to see the world through the eyes of a photographer. You can see her work at

Saturday, January 6th, 2018

Taming the Photo Jungle

Adults and ages 15 and up
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Winter is a great season to spend some time organizing your digital life. Join professional photographer Stephanie Anestis for guidance on what to do with the large number of digital photos accumulating on your phone, camera, and computer.

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Sunday, Jan. 21st, 2018

Beginner's Food Photography

Adults and ages 15 and up
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This fun workshop will show you how to use light and perspective to take appetizing photographs of your culinary creations. Photographer Stephanie Anestis will show you examples of beautiful food photographs and what makes them work…

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Saturday, January 27th, 2018


Adults and ages 15 and up
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Macrophotography (extreme close-up) encourages you to see the world in a whole new way. Many professional photographers grab their macro lens when they are in a creative rut, and it's a form of photography that unleashes the creative impulse in all of us.

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Sunday, February 25th, 2018

First Steps with a dSLR

For Adults and ages 15 and up
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Do you have a dSLR, but use it exclusively on Auto? Is your camera manual too long and too technical? The best way to start to learn how to use your dSLR is through hands-on experimenting with an experienced photographer.

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