The Cruz family were the first family we photographed back in 2009 when we started photographing Military Families, as a way of thanking them for their service to our country.
On December 8th, 2012 at Liberty Station in San Diego we are offering active and retired Military Families from all U.S. Armed Services, Free Family Photos. It can be just the kids, the whole family, gramma & grandpa with the grand-kids or just the 2 of you…We are here to serve and bless those who protect us through their service in the Armed Forces.
If you would like to take us up on this offer, please email us at MISSION.email@example.com to reserve a time slot.
December 8th, 8am to 11am at Liberty Station in San Diego. All Military folks welcome. Please help us spread the word:)
Victory Loves Preparation!
Join us this Wednesday as we share what’s happening this Summer with Photopeeps. We have tons of fun things planned, some new classes, photo outings and summer bbq’s…
All are welcome, with or without a camera. If you do have a camera, please bring it with you…we might take some photos in class!
Photopeeps :: May 30th, Wednesday at the Rock, 7pm in Rm 353
If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
Photopeeps Tonite :: 7pm at the Rock in Rm 353
All are welcome. Tonite we will be wrapping up our Intro to Photo Fun Classes. But don’t fret, we will be teaching this class 2 more times before the year is done.
San Juan Capistrano trip is this Saturday, come and learn more tonite.
Sharing is Caring! Come have fun with us.
The fun is about to begin…Our 6 week Intro to Photo Fun classes are beginning this week, in Rm 353 at the Rock.
All are welcome and classes are FREE!
~Please bring your camera and camera manual to class with you each week.
~A digital camera is preferred, but if all you have is a Polaroid camera, your more than welcome to join us. ‘
~Each week we will be taking photos in class and you will be assigned homework assignments that you will share in class the following class session.
~Be ready to share. The class is meant to be fun and part of the fun is sharing photos we take and learning from each other as we share.
~Before you come this Wednesday, make sure your camera is ready to use and battery is fully charged with a memory card that is ready to use.
This Wednesday we will be talking about the Intro to Fun classes as a whole and what’s expected, and we will be talking about “the Camera.” No camera, no photos. No photos, no photo fun!
All are welcome, even those who don’t consider themselves as beginners. There’s something to learn for everyone.
Any questions, please leave a comment or email us at MISSION.firstname.lastname@example.org
Homework for this Wednesday is Shadows
Come join the fun as we share photos we took this week of Shadows. If you weren’t able to make it last Wednesday but want to share in the fun…go and take photos of Shadows. Please bring three(3) photos to share with the class, plus the photo you took and shared on facebook. Be ready to share, since sharing is caring.
We are starting our Intro to Photo classes on February 15th. Keep an eye on this site for more info…
Homework theme: Texture
Photopeeps this Wednesday, January 25th in Rm 353 at the Rock Church. All are welcome.
This Wednesday we will be sharing photos we took for our homework. The homework assignment was to take photos of Texture. Texture is the theme, how you choose to take photos that express our theme is up to you. You can join the fun this Wednesday by doing the homework and bringing photos to share. Sharing is caring!
Please bring three (3) photos of Texture to share with the class.
You can bring the photos on a thumb drive, cd, or memory card in order to share the photos.
Please bring your cameras to class with you. Time permitting we will answer any questions you might have about your camera or any other topic you can think of.
We will continue to share more info about our upcoming Intro to Photo Fun class coming in February.
Any questions, you can email us a MISSION.email@example.com or you can leave a comment and we will get back to you.
I was chillin with a friend the other night when The Mechanic came on, we hadn’t seen the movie in awhile so we decided to watch it. I’m not giving anything away for those who haven’t seen the Jason Statham flick, but there’s a gun in the movie that has engraved on the side AMAT VICTORIA CURAM, translated from the Latin means Victory Loves Preparation.
As I thought about the phrase I began to think how well it relates not only to our relationship with Christ but also to the photographic world.
In order to have victory in our relationship with Christ we also need to be prepared.
Always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you.
(1 Peter 3:15)
In the same way, if we are to have victory in our photography we need to be prepared.
How you prepare is the question.
In Christ, thankfully we have the Holy Spirit to guide us through the process of conforming ourselves to the image of God (Sanctification).
Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.
(Romans 12:2 ESV)
As a photographer, we may not have the spirit of Ansel Adams in our ear to instruct us, but thanks to the internet there are tons of resources online to learn from to help us on our journey to becoming a master photographer. For those of you in the San Diego area, we have free photo-classes to help you along the way…
We want to help y’all be prepared. More prepared you are, more fun you will have, and more photos you take that you will love. At least that’s the idea… Come join us on Wednesday nites in Rm 353. Leave us a comment if you want more info on our classes.