The Workshop 411:
As I mentioned on Friday, I have a workshop coming up in San Diego, CA on October 2, 2010. This workshop is only going to be one day long, but we will move efficiently to cover portrait photography and workflow.
The cost to attend the workshop is only $150.00, which covers the entire day and even includes lunch! We will be focusing on portrait photography and all the aspects that are encompassed by it. I’ll talk about lighting, posing, subject interaction, working with models, and more. Towards the end of the day we’ll discuss post processing and working with images on your computer, as well as turning your photography into a vocation.
When I teach, I prefer to demonstrate and then let my students try their hand at the technique that I’m covering. This method of “see and do” is much more conducive to learning than the “show and tell” method. My goal isn’t to stand in front of you and tell you about this stuff, it’s to show it to you and then let you try it for yourself. I’ll be there for guidance – but I want you to practice so that you can repeat what you’ve learned when I’m not around.
A Few Words About Our Sponsors:
The workshop is sponsored by Zenfolio and Lumodi, companies whose products I already use. Zenfolio is THE place to host and sell your photos online! They provide excellent service that is packed with the features that photographers want. The fact that they use my favorite lab in the world, Mpix, to fulfill print orders is simply icing on the cake. Lumodi produces some of the coolest and efficient speedlight beauty dishes available anywhere! I use both their 11″ and 14″ beauty dishes and love ’em! I’ll show you how I use them throughout the workshop too!
All workshop attendees will receive a coupon for 15% discount off a new account with Zenfolio and there will be product on hand from Lumodi for giveaways throughout the day!
If you live in or around the San Diego area or if you are going to be in town on October 2nd, come on out to the workshop and I’ll teach you all about portrait photography using the “see and do” method so that you’ll remember what you learned after the workshop is over.