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Permission to Play

$35.00
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Give children the freedom to play!

Maggie Fuller believes that providing children with the time and freedom to play opens the door to an unlimited number of photography opportunities. In this Breakout Maggie will inspire you to create a bucket list of playful interactions and experiences as well as think outside of the box as to when and where you can photograph children. She provides you with playful and thoughtful composition and lighting techniques to help you find new, interesting, and extraordinary ways to capture kids being kids. Turn “no” into a “yes” and your kids will be more than willing to participate and help you create dynamic images capturing the essence of childhood.

what you’ll get

EXCLUSIVE EBOOK

An eBook full of Maggie's images, tips and tricks

CREATIVE EXERCISES

Five Creative Exercises that challenge you to use body language, movement and to identify the rise of emotion

SHOOTING VIDEOS

Four behind the scenes videos of Maggie shooting her children playing at home and at the beach

EDITING VIDEOS

Three editing videos that show how Maggie polishes her images

BONUS PDF

Bonus PDF that gives you real techniques you can use right away with clients or your own family

STUDENT Q&A

Submit questions to the Presenter anytime during the program's duration, and receive a copy of the recorded Q&A video at the end of the breakout's run

*Please note: All items in this listing are digital downloads that must be downloaded to a computer (you may transfer to an iPad after your original download to a computer).  Due to the nature of digital downloads, they are non-refundable.

what you’ll learn

// WHY PLAY?

The purpose and motivation behind allowing children to play rather than pose

// HARNESS CHILDHOOD ENERGY

Utilize childhood energy to capture sincere family connections

// DISCOVER ALL THE WAYS TO PLAY

Build your own bucket list of playful activities and adventures

// BODY LANGUAGE

Replace a smile with body language to convey strong emotions

// YOUR CAMERA IS THEIR FRIEND

How allowing your kids to be play will remove the useless pressure and allow them to love your camera as much as you do

// CHANGING YOUR PERSPECTIVES

How your perspective on play can impact you as a parent and as a photographer

// LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION

How to maximize various light scenarios to showcase the rise of emotion

// MORE PLAY, SIMPLE EDITS

Tips and tricks on how to get the image correct in camera reducing edit time and increasing time for play

// YES IS THE NEW BLACK

The benefits of saying yes to children more often and how to reframe your no to yes

// MOVE IT MOVE IT

Discover how movement can help make a strong story

 

about your presenter

Maggie Fuller is a natural light family photographer exploring the Tampa Bay area with local families. Her three active, energetic, and risk-taking children inspire and motivate her to document the essence of childhood. She fills her beloved annual photo album with storyboards of family adventures to the local dairy farm, strawberry fields, and favorite Florida beaches.

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  • 5
    This has been the best breakout I have purchased by far!

    Posted by Nicole Lovins on 6th Jun 2018

    I was drawn to it because of the color and fun her photographs display but this has been so much more than just that! It makes you think about fun activities to do with your kids; how to capture them while also participating in the fun. Her editing was simple and well explained…I can’t wait to start trying it all out on my own work!