Friday, September 24, 2010

Announcement for upcoming workshop!


I know this is a last minute notice for a bunch of you who have been asking me about the next time ... but I'm doing another all day workshop in Chicago Oct. 5. We will start at 7:00 in the morning at the Chicago Bean and go till sometime after dinner when all of your brains are on over-load and my mouth cannot form words anymore. LOL. (And yes, we have a GREAT time)

We are going to start out just photographing each other, doing a little landscape, learning how to find awesome light, how to make awesome light, how to compose images, how to pose based on the light you have and finally how to manage and process your images in Adobe Lightroom 3.2 so they always come out looking as good as you intended them to when you pushed the shutter button of your camera in the first place. . . I hold nothing back from my students on these days. Anything you would want to know I will tell you and explain to you as many times as you need till you not only understand it but can do it too. This a hands-on workshop. I am only excepting 4 more students. I have three more talking to me so if you want to have a seat in this all-day fun way to learn photography don't waist anytime contacting me. First come first serve.

Again, this workshop can go as fast or as slowly as YOU need it too. That's why I keep the numbers small. I want you all to walk away totally stoked with the new techniques and tools you have learned and understand. Keeping the numbers down helps us all learn much faster and makes it a comfortable group in which we all become close friends.

If you know anyone who would be interested please spread the word! Thanks! (There are two easy little share buttons on the right side of this page if you want to share it on facebook or twitter. Thanks!)

October 5. 2010
All day.
Cost is $150 each.

my email is:

These images were taking during a previous workshop I taught. Yes, they were posted before.

Signing off for today. God bless your socks off,

Capture. Create. Discover.
Something Amazing!

1 comment:

  1. The yellow umbrella is one of my all-time favorite photos of yours. Awesome!