In February I was in Vegas at a photographer’s conference. On my way to a class I bumped into a lady and she asked me if I was on my way to “Me Ra Koh’s” class and I said yes. To be honest, I wanted to attend another class but it was full so this was my backup plan.
The lady told me, I would love “Me Ra Koh’s” energy and personality. She was so right about that. Me Ra Koh is a very simple, down to earth person and her class was full, which also turned out to be one of my favorites.
Recently, I was at Chapters and stumbled on a book she has written. I knew it would be too basic for me, but still wanted my own copy to read.
The purpose of this book is not to become a professional photographer. It has been written to capture a baby’s first year, however, I feel it is worth reading as it might give you ideas on how to deal with every day photography in between your visits to a professional photographer.
Whether you want to capture your own children, your nephews and nieces or your friends, this book might help you with tips on composition. It also gives tips on how to expose and compose in different lighting situations, camera settings and how to manipulate your photos in low light.
It is easy and quick to read and written in simple terminology.
If you recently had a baby or know someone who is expecting, this book will be much appreciated as it will guide you in capturing some tender moments.
You can find the book here at Amazon.