Join Margo Reed at The Reading Public Library's Main Branch for a FREE series in the art of photographic storytelling.
You do not need a camera to participate.
In these sessions, we will cover off-camera lighting and starting a business in photography. On November 14, you will walk away with knowledge in lighting with strobes, lamps, and sunlight. One November 28, you will learn about the cost of doing business, client-correspondence, and earning a living in the arts.
Where: 113 S. 4th St. Reading, PA
When: Saturday mornings, 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
January- 14, 28
February- 11, 25
March- 11, 25
April- 1, 15
This workshop is part of the Introduction to Photography series sponsored by the Reading Public Library and the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. There will be more classes to come, covering basics in photography, lighting, and working with people.
Please fill out the survey below to register for the November workshops.
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Hi, I'm Margo! I'm a photographer based in Birdsboro, PA.
My studio, Margo Reed Studio, specializes in photographing community-centered events and people. I pride myself in photographing those who are not typically staged in front of a camera. This includes a surgeon performing a corneal transplant, a historical society preserving a disappearing minority language, and a jazz artist releasing their first album.
I got my start as a photojournalism intern at the Reading Eagle and went on to complete a contract position at the Philadelphia Inquirer from 2018-2019. I am also an instructor of photojournalism at Temple University in Philadelphia, my alma mater. Feel free to browse this website to see samples of my work.
The class will cater to beginners in photography and those who might even be using a cell phone camera. Please feel free to reach me via text at 610-790-4884. I look forward to meeting you!