FREE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP, Scientology Celebrity Centre, Saturday, 02. March 2019

EXPERT PHOTOGRAPHY SECRETS
In this workshop, Serge Ramelli world-renowned Photographer will reveal 3 secrets that changed his life as a photographer.
Serge is a self-taught photographer whose work is now in over 85 galleries around the world and who has published 4 coffee table books — Paris, New York, Venice and Los Angeles. He is the host of one of the largest Youtube channels on photography techniques and post processing.
But Serge's beginning in photography was rough. He almost gave up several times. Over the 15 years he has been doing it, there were a few epiphanies along the way that changed everything. These are the main focus of the evening.
Some of the topics that Serge is going to cover:
• What is more important than having a great camera?
• When should you take photos?
• Why is light so important?
• Do you need to be born with talent to be a great photographer?
• Discover 5 compositions rules that will make your photos totally pro
• Is post processing cheating?
Serge will demonstrate how L. Ron Hubbard's works have helped him as a photographer to better compose his photos. He will explain how one book: Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health changed his life and boosted his career as an artist.
ADMISSION: FREE and includes:
• Drinks and appetizers
• Lightroom Quickstart Course
• Photoshop Quickstart Course           
When: March 2nd at 4PM
Where: Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre International
To reserve your seat call (323) 960-3113 or email amanda@celebritycentre.org

Saturday, 02. March 2019, Scientology Celebrity Centre, FREE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

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