S E N I O R Y E A R
A FOUR WEEK ACTIVE WORKSHOP TO GET YOU FEELING CONFIDENT, INSPIRED AND READY TO TAKE ON HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS!
Photographing high school seniors can be intimidating– you are photographing a generation that grew up with selfies and who never stop taking pictures. This four weeks will be intense– with assignments that will require you to shoot and get out of your comfort zone! Throughout this workshop, you will go behind-the-scenes with Ace Fanning as he walks you through photographing seniors. Senior Year is jam packed with videos, tutorials, lessons and a Facebook group dedicated to LIVE Q+A's for all students to make sure you are getting every last drop out of this experience. Come ready to learn, but also be open to change!
Senior Year will require shooting throughout the four weeks. These assignments can be done during a session you already have booked, or you can set aside some time each week (no more than 15-20 minutes to complete). It is important to me that these four weeks involve hands-on learning, because I believe this is how we learn best!
Senior Year with Ace Fanning
Senior Year overview
A four week, hands-on, intensive workshop all about photographing high school senior portraits with Ace Fanning. Go behind-the-scenes and learn everything you need to know in order to get yourself feeling confident, creative and successful with seniors.
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Senior year includes:
- In-depth homework with critiques and feedback from Ace Fanning
- Behind the Scenes Videos from Live Sessions
- Access to the Senior Year Private Facebook Group
- Weekly LIVE Q+As
- Lifetime access to Senior Year content
The kinda guy who wants all the attention until he decides
he doesn't want any of the attention and hibernates at home.
Ace Fanning is a portrait photographer and educator based out of Phoenix, AZ. His teaching style is extremely hands-on and detailed while making it easy to understand. He has been a photographer for over 10 years, starting his business as a Sophomore in college and going full time his Junior year. He doesn't like excuses or bullshitting– it tells you what you need to hear, not what you are hoping to hear. Ace is motivated by results and each and every time he teaches, he wants to see progress out of every person in the room.