Want to know:
- What lens(es) to buy/use and when?
- When to use Auto settings?
- Why bother learning Manual settings?
- What dials and buttons are useful and easy to use?
If yes, you are in the right place!
You'll save time and money with this overview of essential Photography insights and tips.
Discover the intentions, settings and lenses behind real photos.
- Tips on Composing and Framing compelling images to tell your stories
- Phones vs Cameras
- "Focal Length"
- Wide Angle, Telephoto, Macro and Zoom lenses
- Plus NO numbers, charts, diagrams to learn!
- SEE images and their settings to learn which dial and lens does what
"Jenny’s photo class has been a fun and easy way to introduce myself further into the world of photography and get some amazing insight from one of the real talents. From her amazing shots of punks greats, to real world aptitude, I felt honored to catch some insider tips to apply to my day to day photos and try to go further than I thought before." ~ Mark Heck
"What Camera? What Lens?" is a stand-alone introductory Workshop.
- Overview of various lenses
- Intro to Manual settings (some of the dials, buttons and sliders sitting outside your camera)
- Using only Automatic with a DSLR camera is a waste of money.
- Unleash the magic of a DSLR camera!
- No charts, numbers or diagrams like you see everywhere
- Just photos with explanations WHY you'd use this lens or that setting
- Illuminating, fun, liberating
Photography for Branded Storytelling Images is a more comprehensive, detailed, longer Workshop.
- Longer, with more photos, more in-depth coverage of various lenses, settings, lighting situations
- Deeper discussion about composition or WHAT story are you telling? What mood are you setting? What do you want viewer to see and feel?
- Combining basic technical skills with intention are part of creating YOUR Brand, YOUR Art
- Can be a stand-alone Workshop. But more beneficial when taken with the comprehensive "Watch. Create. Shine" Workshop Series
"Take Photos. Get Famous." is a quickstart guide for aspiring music photographers.
- Imagine being a real music photographer, with a real camera, getting up close and personal with performers
- Start with using the right lens and manual settings to create kick-ass photos
- Highly recommended you add the Success Survival Kit
- A good camera alone won't get you in the door
- I know the secrets! Been there, done that. No one can debate my cred!
Still need clarity? No problem. Write me. Be specific. Thanks!
“Watch. Create. Shine.” Visual Branding Essentials Series
Photography for Branded Storytelling Images
Lightroom Productivity and Creative Tools
Create Marketable, Branded Images in Photoshop
Visual Branding Design
Web Design Basics for Marketing
Wild World of eCommerce
Myths and Mindset of Digital Tools
"Thanks for all the advice and support re my site design issues. Very useful and more than my designer discussed or suggested." Ashley Cherry
"I think it is great that you are going the online teaching and coaching route. Your talents and skills will helpful to many!" ~ Jennifer Posner Lehner, The Front Row
"Always a pleasure working with Jenny. Brightest, most energetic person I know. Fun too. She’s thorough, but results worth it!” ~Mark Martinez, graphic artist and designer
"Jenny has a great knack to make you look around and capture the mood either through manipulating manual settings or making the best of what you have at hand. I would recommend checking out these courses to anyone who wants to dream big and get inspired. I would rate my course 10/10 for inspiration alone. Thank you Jenny!" ~ Mark Heck
“Thanks for all the advice and support re my site design issues. Very useful and more than my designer discussed or suggested.” ~ Ashley Cherry
"YOU are THE Punk Rock Goddess Photographer!" ~Rodney Bingenheimer, the "Mayor of Sunset Strip."
"You would be a great teacher because you have a plethora of knowledge" ~ Kimra Luna, BTBY, Freedom Hackers Galaxy
"Your work made me realize that every show was an EVENT, a moment outside "real" life that should and could be internalized and immortalized. Making the ugly look good and the good look ugly. And the music didn't suck either." ~Erich Dye, Facebook
"Great pix. Jenny you are more than an artist. You caught the whole passion of those times. You should be world famous with all the financial security and recognition that brings." ~Liz Winchell, an early LA punk rocker
“We were contacted by a large organization with press, radio and other media coverage within first month after Jenny Lens redesigned our ecommerce site.
Our site rarely displayed by Google til she performed her magic! I couldn’t buy media coverage like that for what I paid Jenny. She organized info, provided search engine strategies, a total facelift and trained me to use it.
We were in business 12 years and no large company ever found us. Our previous ecommerce site was a mess, badly designed and hard to find info. Always a pleasure working with Jenny. Brightest, most energetic person I know. Fun too. She’s thorough, but results worth it!” ~Mark Martinez, graphic artist and designer
- UCLA Extension charges from $979 to $1075. I taught Illustrator at UCLA Extension.
- Santa Monica College charges hundreds, depending if resident or not. I taught Photoshop at SMC. Gave my notes to teacher who replaced me when I left, who gave them to his replacement.
- Comparable costs at other colleges, universities and computer training centers where I taught (under worse conditions for teachers and students, which is why I’m teaching online!)
- You can learn more real world situations than what I was forced to teach at colleges, and for a fraction of the cost!
- Why so affordable?
- I don’t want cost to be a barrier to YOUR Empowerment, Growth and Joy.
- That’s why.