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Lisa Tichane


Lisa Tichané is a natural light photographer located in Marseille, France. She shoots with a Canon 5D Mark III and several lenses (24-70mm 2.8L, 35mm 1.4L, 135mm 2L and 50mm 1.4). She specializes in children’s and family photography, and particularly loves to capture the energy and playfulness of toddlers. She works both on location and in her home based natural light studio. She uses LR5 and Photoshop CS6 to create clean, colorful images and contrasted B&W. She is the instructor of “Capturing Joy” and teaching assistant for Elle Walker’s “Fine Art and Visual Expression.”  She is also the author of “Shooting Toddlers,” available in the Clickin Moms store.  You can view Lisa’s work at www.toutpetitpixel.com


Open Book Q&A
Portfolio Review
Business Consultation
Start-to-Finish Editing
Customized One-on-One mentoring session


Availability:
Week days: from 7 am to 11 am (eastern) and 3 pm to 6 pm (eastern)
(GMT time: 9 am to 5 pm)
Week-ends : please check availability first

Email lisa.tichane@free.fr to request online mentoring with Lisa.

Please confirm Lisa’s availability and type of session requested, then purchase your session HERE.

Student Reviews of Lisa Tichane

  1. Ashlee April 28, 2014 at 1:45 am #

    I am very grateful to have had the benefit of my mentoring sessions with Lisa. Lisa is an incredible teacher & mentor. She is knowledgeable, organized, patient, talented, & inspiring. And, Lisa readily shares all of her insights and experience in her mentoring sessions.

    Over the span of a couple of months I had three mentoring sessions with Lisa to discuss a variety of topics including questions about my new camera, about lighting, and about composition. It has been several months since I spoke with Lisa, but she shared so much valuable information with me in our sessions that I am still digesting and processing all of it.

    Lisa was an open book, and her organization and preparation allowed her to share an amazing amount of information in every single session. She came ready with answers to questions that I had emailed to her ahead of each session, and she had links for further exploration. She also had answers to questions I hadn’t yet thought of.

    I timed my last two mentoring sessions with Lisa to follow workshops I took here on CM. This approach was particularly beneficial because it helped me to internalize and then expand on the things I learned in the workshops.

    During our sessions, I shared some of my simple everyday snapshots with Lisa and she was able to look at them and help me isolate the aspects of my photographs that I wanted to work on most. This insight was invaluable for me because as a beginner it is easy to paralyze yourself trying to do everything at once.

    Not only did Lisa help me focus on what was important, but she helped me understand how to practice. Lisa also had amazing suggestions for how to look at and analyze images (my own and others’) to begin discovering my own style.

    I can confidently say that enrolling in mentoring sessions with Lisa was the single best thing I’ve done to improve my photography.

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