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Family Photography Critique

with Sandra Coan and Ben Hartley

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About The Class

Join us as we welcome renowned photographers Ben Hartley and Sandra Coan for a family photography critique! 

In this free event, Sandra and Ben will review and discuss student family imagery — be it children or group portraits. You’ll get expert insights into improving your work and looking at new approaches to directing, composition and lighting your imagery.

Lesson Plan

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    Family Photography Critique


Meet Your Experts

Sandra Coan

With over sixteen year’s experience working in both film and digital photography, Sandra Coan is a film photographer specializing in studio portraiture and family photography. ... read more

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Ben Hartley

Ben is founder of  Style & Story Creative, a wedding photography studio based in Columbus, OH where he works with  two other full-time photographers. He also hosts the weekly Six Figure Photography Podcast to help inspire, empower & challenge photographers towards creating a life of abundance in joy, meaning & profits. ... read more

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  • kbmphotography


    February 2019

    Hi. I do learn a lot from watching these critiques. I do wish they had frames that they could hold up so that we could see the crops they recommend on the images. Yes I can imagine them. I do think it would engage our thinking as we view these images with them. Thank you for doing these!

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