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Merissa Pratt honed her eye for composition and color from behind the lens of a camera, but it didn't take her long to apply her talents to painting as well. To help others discover their penchant for the brush, she began Painting Parties, leading groups in recreating her personal paintings. She travels to the location of the party host’s choice, transforming a room in a client's home or office into a temporary studio as she covers precious floors with drop cloths and fills the space with easels, paints, and brushes. She invites guests to supply snacks and, most importantly, their favorite libations to help draw out creative impulses. At the end of the session, she and her crew handle the cleanup while the newly initiated painters admire their frame-ready works of art and master gallery-friendly phrases such as, “This really speaks to me,” and “No, seriously—I think this painting is talking.”
Looking for gifts for people at home? CH Glassworks Studio is the shop to visit to ensure you get the best commemorative trinkets in Lakewood.
Take advantage of the lenient pup policy, and bring your four-legged friend to the store.
Sharpen your artistic eye with a little help from this store — even the most impressive artists are dazzled by the stunning pieces on display.
You'll love the creative, handcrafted works of art this store offers.
Parking-wise, the area has many options for drivers.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Tami has 20 years of photography experience including 35mm film, digital and wet darkroom techniques, medium format photography and digital slr photography. Award winning work and published three times last year on major wedding blogs for her photography.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
Instructor will furnish student with a small packet of basic photography knowledge (cheat sheets).
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I started in photography at the age of 5 after I found a "spy" camera (110) in a kids meal.
True to form, I've been a fan of photography ever since but I don't start my experience until high school; I took a photography class and was "teacher's pet" to the point of nearly lettering in Photography.
What do you love most about your job?
I love interacting with my client families and watching them grow, but I especially love teaching others what I know.
An active Denver photographer since 1985, Bart Levy imparts hard-won wisdom to aspiring photographers in upbeat, three-hour workshop. In these workshops, the seasoned shutterbug demystifies DSLR cameras other adjustable digital cameras', teaching pupils how to harness ISO speeds, manual settings, shutter speeds and apertures to produce crisp, memorable images of lens caps. Students also learn how to compose visually striking snapshots and Bart will also demonstrate the differences in digital file formats, so acolytes can upload and share pictures without setting their web browsers on fire.
At the tender age of 6, Mark Cafiero received his first camera. Though it was broken and filled with cartoons his father had drawn of Mark and his sisters, that camera sparked an early interest in photography. Since then, that spark has erupted into a full-fledged passion, leading Mark to become a professional photographer who has snapped photos for hundreds of clients, including celebrities and professional athletes. To share his spark with others, Mark founded Chimpsy, a resource that helps photographers of all experience levels calibrate their skills with casual in-person and online classes.
Available in more than 30 cities across the nation, Chimpsy's two-hour crash course features a hands-on shooting session and campfire-style presentation on topics ranging from camera anatomy to photo composition. For home study, online classes help photographers—beginners and aspiring pros alike—get more from their pictures through two-hour video tutorials that cover photo-editing software, shooting tips and techniques, and steps on how to build a photography business. From the comfort of their bedrooms, students can watch these professional photographer-led tutorials live or replay previously recorded sessions. Along with instructional classes, Chimpsy offers shutterbugs a place to submit photos for contests with monthly prizes or for feedback from peers, pros, and sentient picture frames.