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Jenn Kolb

Jenn Kolb

http://jkolbphotography.com

Jenn-Kolb-bio-picJenn Kolb is a graduate of Gwinnett Technical College in Atlanta with an Associates of Science degree in Commercial Photography and a minor in Multi-media. Jenn works as a free-lance photographer with a focus in photojournalism and portraiture in Atlanta as well as teaching classes in Color and Multi-media and projects for Digital Photo Academy.

She has studied photography abroad in Germany, Italy, France, Israel, Nicaragua, London and many other countries.

In 2007 her wildfire photographs were used to brief Governor Sonny Perdue and brought aboard Air Force One as President George Bush returned to the White House during the 2007 wildfires in South Georgia.

Jenn has worked with clients such as Creative Loafing, Waycross Journal Herald, Augusta Chronicle, Wildland Fire Fighter Magazine, BackRoads, Atlanta galleries, Georgia Forest Commission, various websites and other publications.

Call Digital Photo Academy at 1 877 372 2231. Lots of people seem to hang up if our welcome recording comes on instead of a live voice, but we promise to return your message within a day or two if you leave one with your name and number.  It would be even better if you included your e mail address as well as the date and city of the class you are considering.  If leaving a voice mail message is not your thing, please email us at DPAbooking@digitalphotoacademy.com or Richard@digitalphotoacademy.com.


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    “I learned a lot on Sunday! And there’s still a ton more to learn, and to practice!

    I met up with a friend afterward for lunch and took a few photos of him, and some art on the walls. He then posted that photo to Facebook and got over 100 “likes,” which he had never gotten that many “likes” before. It made me feel good!

    Hope you’re having a GREAT week!”

    – Leigh


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    “Thanks Jen the class was awesome, your tips have really been a great help and improved my pictures and understanding of taking manual shots.

    Can’t wait to take my next class.”

    – John


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    “I am attaching my favorite photos from our class this past Sunday. I had a great time and I am still so inspired and excited about getting out and using my camera more. Your enthusiasm is contagious, your patience appreciated and your willingness to spend time with each of us individually made this whole experience an enjoyable and learning one. White balance? Who knew!! I never gave it much thought…until now.”

    – Bridget Edwards


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    “Thank you so much for an amazing time and the tips and tricks you showed us! I’m so excited to go back out and practice.

    It was nice meeting everybody and I really enjoyed our little women group :)”

    – Erika


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    “The Composition class this past weekend was great. The instructor Jen Kolb was excellent and very informed. The location worked out very well as there was a large neighborhood festival nearby with lots of potential subjects.”

    – Don Jackson


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    “Thank you again for the most informative class today! Wow! Can’t wait for tomorrow to put it all into practice!”

    -Joan


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    “Thanks again for a great class yesterday. I take a lot of training classes being in the technology business and your teaching style coupled with your knowledge and love of the subject makes you one of the best instructors I’ve had the pleasure of learning from.

    I look forward to seeing you soon in a Field Composition class.

    Take care and safe travels”

    – Gary


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    “Thank you so much, Jen! Hope to see you again, also, at one of your scheduled photo shoots! I was outside in the front yard yesterday about 4 p.m., using as much as I could remember (unfortunately, my notes were inside) from our class last Saturday…just taking lots of pictures of our new, little dogwood and serviceberry trees and a much larger, older dogwood (especially close-ups of its beautiful flowers), and our flowering pink azaleas…trying different settings, angles, etc. I think that most of them turned out well. I need to look at them online to know for sure, but I was very enthusiastic about taking the pictures and happy about almost all of them!

    Jen, thank you for everything you have shared with me and taught me! You are the finest of teachers, EVER!

    Take good care.”

    – Rita


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    “Thanks for the great class, Jenn!”

    – Lela


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    “It was a fun informative day and luckily I got a couple of good shots”

    – Jeff Rose


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    “Thanks again for a great morning. It was a pleasure meeting everyone. I am really enjoying this photography thing and want to get input so I can take better quality pictures. Good luck to everyone.”

    – Lee McDermott


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    “Hi Jenn – I wanted to thank you again for such an awesome class on Saturday. I learned a ton. I was trying to tell my husband the one thing that I learned that was most impactful, and I couldn’t come up with just one! I am going to shoot “M” from now on and I hope I get to learn from you again someday. You are an awesome instructor; felt like the class was 1 on 1. Thanks again!”

    – Amanda


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    “Thank you so much for taking the time to look at my pictures and providing feedback”

    – Sandra


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