I have been holding small workshops for 3 years now and am always amazed how inspired I get from meeting new photographers, learning about their photo journey so far and helping them to take their photography to the next level. The last few months I had to put our workshops on hold for a bit due to just a crazy schedule. But I finally have found a few holes in my schedule so am getting ready to announce 2 new slots for our most popular workshop, Weddings from A to Z. I haven’t sent out our email announcement yet or put it on my personal blog, I wanted to give everyone here a the first chance to sign up. So if you are interested check it out soon. This is a great workshop for people starting out with wedding photography, here is a little more info about the workshop:
For wedding photographers new to the business or seasoned wedding photographers looking for new inspiration, a full-day workshop designed to fill you with passion for creating amazing works of art for your clients. We will cover a huge range of topics from the basics of digital cameras, shooting, lighting, Photoshop CS3, and post-production workflow.
We will focus on the importance of finding your style, expanding your creativity and unleashing the artist in you. The workshop will cover some basics in using natural light in an artistic way and start to get a little more complicated with bringing in external lighting to your weddings. We will show you how to turn the ordinary wedding scene into an amazing art piece. From using creative compositions to creative lighting and how you work with the bride and groom, we’ll show you how we turned our passion for the art of photography into a successful wedding studio. Its all about unleashing the artist in you and making your work shine!
The workshop also includes a portfolio review and some artistic actions we use to help streamline our post production.
Our workshops are small and limited to 6 students to give everyone personal attention. You can read more info or sign up online here: Weddings from A to Z photography workshop
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