Karen Dorame has over 10 years of experience in learning what works best when photographing children with a disability or other special need (including life-threatening illness). In researching the book, "Photographing Children with Special Needs," she discovered tips and other helpful information about children with Autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other often-encountered disorders.
Marathon's webinar series about photographing special children will continue with information on sensory disorders. Autism is mainly a sensory disorder because it affects a person's sight, hearing, touch and taste. However, some children may be affected by sensory exaggerations in different ways. Children who are blind or deaf or cannot speak also benefit from special considerations taught by SKPA. Learn how to relax with these children and achieve outstanding photographic results.
Profits from the sale of this webinar will be donated to Special Kids Photography of America.