Hey guys! I just wanted to share this cute photo of baby Aaron that I took on Sunday. I posted this photo late last night on IGwith the quote: Smile “It’s a language which we all understand” the amount of love this image got in such a short amount of time was incredible!
This photo got 100 + likes, I know that’s not much, but for me that is! It was an amazing feeling to reach my first 100 hearts! My images usually get 30 – 70 likes after a few hours, this little guy reached 100+ in less than 10 mins!
My main goal is to continue to improve so that one day my work can reach 1,000s of viewers. I want to share my images with the world.
If you currently don’t follow me, I would appreciate it dearly if you to visit my instagram page and for those who are already following me THANK YOU!!!
Wondering what you can learn at the free photography workshops in Ontario, CA? Well here is a small sample of topics that are discussed in Ruben’s Photography Workshop. The topics change at every workshop, it all depends what the students of photography want to learn that day.
Ruben encourages you to ask questions about topics or photo equipment. He also encourages the students to bring in their photos so that we can all take a look at their work and most importantly see their improvement. He will give you constructive criticism on ways that you can improve your image for future shoots.
We hope to see you at one of these free workshops. For dates, times and location click here.
Also make sure to check out my YouTube Channel the Creative Corner my personal Vlog of my life as a creative.
Feel free to leave a comment below or if you have questions you can contact me.
Practice makes perfect they say, but first we must learn about our craft to go out there and practice. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about photography for free from professional photographer Ruben Rodriguez this upcoming Tuesday 6/20/17 at 5:30pm to 7:30pm in Ontario, CA.
Ruben offers these ongoing workshops 4 times a month to anyone interested in photography no matter their skill level.
So Stop by, ask questions, learn and go out and practice!