Photography Club Lecture Thursday, September 21

September 21, 2017 at 6:30 pm
Lake House- Live Oak Hall
“Photographing Children”- Jody Mack
Guest Lecturer, Jody Mack
Free to members, $10.00 for guests

Jody’s presentation will assist you in capturing better quality portraits and candid moments of your kids or grandkids with a DSLR camera or iPhone. She will discuss camera settings, lighting, and composition.

Like many parents, Jody’s children have become her favorite subjects (some may have called it an obsession). As she grew in knowledge and experience with digital photography, she learned ways of making the most of available light and using a photojournalistic approach to portraiture.

Jody has a Ph.D. in molecular biology and after almost 14 years in academia with photography on the backburner, she decided to follow her heart and pursue photography as a career.  BioJodyMackShe has been a full-time photographer for 4 years, specializing in lifestyle newborn, child and family portraiture in Charleston and Mount Pleasant

Published works: Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine and West Elm Blog: Front + Main.

Volunteer: TEDx Charleston, Help Portrait, and Tent City Project.

Commercial clients/sponsorship: Charleston Coffee Exchange, Ballet Academy of Charleston, Dance Moves of Charleston, Charleston Ballet Theatre and Listen to Your Mother Show – Charleston.

Affiliations: Instructor at The Charleston Center for Photography, Member of Clickin Moms & Professional Photographers of America

For more information about Seabrook Island Photography Club, click here.

-Submitted by Patricia Schaefer

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