Join Mitchell Layton and spend a day shooting NCAA Division 1 games; a men's soccer game and a women's volleyball game. Learn what it takes to be a Pro Sports Photographer and the dynamics of shooting college sports.
Shoot on the sidelines and learn how to capture these exciting fast-paced games. The 2:00 pm men's soccer game is against West Virginia. The 7:00 pm women's volleyball game is against Loyola. Come to just one game or both.
Class Limit: 5
What People Are Saying About Mitchell
"The class with Mitchell was fantastic! He is an excellent teacher and just a very nice guy! He made the extra effort to teach us how to get the best shots and what to look for during the game. I could not ask for more. It was money well spent to say the least."
“I had such a great time – I’m not sure what more Mitchell could have done to make it better. I had high expectations and you exceeded them!”
“I had an absolute blast and learned so much! Having someone of Mitchell's stature take the time to teach and talk with us is just phenomenal. I am so excited to continue practicing the techniques and skills he taught and can not wait to learn more… The class size was just right too! Great one on one opportunities!”
"The perfect training course for those interested in understanding how difficult, yet rewarding sports photography can be."
Instructor: Mitchell Layton
Long standing relationships with the Washington Nationals, George Washington University, American University, Georgetown University and the Verizon Center have established Mitchell as the area's leading sports photographer.
In addition to his work with local sports teams, Mitchell has had the opportunity to cover three Olympic games, as well as every major sporting event in the United States including, but not limited to Super Bowls, Stanley Cup Finals, NCAA Championships and World Series. His work appears regularly on sports web sites that include Sports Illustrated.com, ESPN.com, Yahoo.com and Fox.com, as well as in many print publications that are read worldwide. His photographs have appeared in Sports Illustrated, ESPN: The Magazine, USA Today, Time, Newsweek and National Geographic.
In recent years, his work has been a part of an exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery that documented the changing neighborhood around the then, newly built, Verizon Center. Having been part of the Washington D.C. and Baltimore sports world for over 35 years, Mitchell has distinguished himself as a well established and well respected photographer known for his creativity, reliability and long term dedication to service. More of his work can be viewed on his website, www.mitchelllayton.com. His photos are represented by Getty Images and can also be viewed on their website.
- Mithcell teaches the Sports Photography Classes