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Kure Gakuen School Corporation Summer Special Event Holding a course where you can experience bridal photography

Kure Gakuen Educational Corporation
[Summer Special Event] We will hold a course where you can experience bridal photography
[Bridal photo experience course to add color to lifelong memories] will be held at the open campus of the Japan College of Photography on Saturday, July 27th.
Bridal photographer Tsuyoshi Yasuzawa will teach you tips for capturing special moments, such as how to capture happy expressions and how to use light to bring out the beauty of your subject to the fullest.
This course is recommended for those interested in wedding
photography, family photography, and portrait photography.
Event overview
[Image:×809.jpg] Bridal photo experience course that adds color to lifelong memories Held: Saturday, July 27, 2024
Time: 13:00-15:00 Location: Japan College of Photography
Participation: Free Application: Lecturer profile
Tsuyoshi Yasuzawa
Born in Tokyo in 1975. Since his parents’ home was a photo studio, he grew up watching his father, a photographer, from an early age. After dropping out of university, he graduated from the Japan College of Photography. Joined Hakuhodo Photo Creative (currently Hakuhodo Products). After leaving the company, he began photographing weddings, magazines, etc., and moved to the United States in 2006 to study under Shinichi Maruyama. After returning to Japan, he established
TakenaoAn’s Photography. In November 2009, the name was changed to Anzu Photo Co., Ltd. In 2012, he was involved in establishing the Japan Wedding Photographers Association, a general incorporated association, and became the first chairman.
Japan Photographic Art College Open Campus
We will give a detailed lecture from the beginning, so even
first-timers can participate with confidence. Some of our seniors are current students, so please feel free to ask any questions you may have about school life, classes, and assignments. Take the first step in choosing your career path at our open campus!
At the Japan College of Photography, we regularly hold events where you can learn and experience the reality of the industry from creators. The number of participants is increasing, including high school and university students, as well as people in their 30s to 60s who are interested in photography and creative fields and are looking to relearn and advance their careers.
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